Learners will explore ways to further develop personal and employability skills giving them confidence to move forward into the workplace or wider community. The timetable for this course includes essential skills, career management and enterprise studies which will be mapped to real-life work experiences. Throughout the course learners will develop a portfolio of personal achievement and have an opportunity to be involved with vocational areas cross college. This course is aimed towards learners, who may have required support to complete their studies previously and may still benefit from studying in a supported learning environment.
No specific pre-entry requirements for this course but applicants are expected to have successfully completed Lifeskills Plus or have relevant skills and experience. Applicants must have the ability and desire to build on existing skills and qualities. Some practical subjects may require a level of physical ability and fitness. As part of the selection process applicants will be invited to attend for interview.
Full-time vocational college courses; employment and supported employment referrals; referrals to Skills Development Scotland; volunteering opportunities; wider community opportunities; DFN Project Search.
29 Aug 2022
- Tuition fees may be paid for full-time students in Scotland subject to meeting residency requirements, applications should be made to the appropriate funding body. International Students please refer to our International fees page