What is so different about this course?This course could be for you if you feel you would benefit from having a supported learning environment to gain necessary knowledge and skills to help you prepare for progression to a supported learning programme at college. If you want an environment that will help you realise what your key strengths are, support you in identifying and developing aspects that you need and want to progress to a supported learning programme, or to another FE programme, or to a supported employment programme, then this course could be for you.
This course will be suitable for you if you are:
- A school leaver or an adult wishing to return to college
- Wish to develop social skills, become more independent, build your confidence and self-esteem, identify your strengths and aspirations and discover the pathway best suited to you.
Information and Interview Session Requirements
This is a key aspect of your application process. You will be invited for interview to which you must attend.
During the interview we will discuss your aspirations and future plans and ensure this is an appropriate course for you to transition to.
This course is designed as a stepping-stone into further education. You may be able to progress directly to the following on successful completion of the course
- Lifeskills @ SCQF Level 2
OR you may progress to the following depending on previous qualifications gained
- Lifeskills @ SCQF Level 3
- Project Search
- Passport to FE Level 4
- A Princes Trust Programme
- Or any other college FE programme that you have the entry criteria for and wish to pursue.
This course is designed to give you the opportunity to transition to an adult learning environment, identify your strengths and interests to make informed decisions about your future learning pathway.
Additional funding information
You may be eligible for Bursary or EMA (Education Maintenance Allowance) funding for this course. Please contact a member of the funding team for details.
- Suitable transition programme to post 16 education for students with barriers to learning.
- Flexibility and personalisation in approaches to learning and teaching to suit individual students.
- Emphasis on developing vocational skills, skills for life, learning and independence.