This course offers practical learning experiences which aim to develop your skills in a bid to help you identify a career path and help you enter the world of employment. You will develop personal qualities and attitudes, social skills and build confidence.
The course will help you develop skills in areas including, but not exclusive to I.T., exercise, fitness and healthy living, catering, leisure and tourism, childcare and business administration allowing you to develop an understanding of which future career options you may wish to explore.
There are no formal entry requirements, however a reasonable standard of literacy and numeracy, a suitable level of general education and an appropriate reference will be required. Completion of an initial assessment is required to establish suitability for the course.
Further education and employment
Level 1 Diploma in Vocational Studies
3 days a week in college and 1 day practical.
The modules are assessed by portfolio work.
Additional costs for cookery required each week. Details available on request.
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