Learning for Living and Work

Learning for Living and Work: Complex Needs-Sensory Full-time

In Brief

Start Date /

This course commences September

Entry requirements
  • You must have an Education Health and Care Plan (EHCP) and is subject to commissioning by your local authority
  • This course is aimed at students aged between 16 and 24
  • A successful interview and taster sessions
You will achieve

Qualifications achieved will depend on the your aims and aspirations, ranging from Entry Level 1 to Level 1. There is a particular emphasis on re-engagement and participation involving small group work in a supported environment to develop confidence, self-esteem and personal values.

Last updated: 15th October 2018

Course overview

The Learning for Living and Work department supports students with a learning disability or difficulty, to prepare them for adulthood such as  independent living or the world of work.

Course content

For those students with complex additional needs.
Curriculum areas include:
• Domestic skills
• Contexts for communication
• Sensory stories
• Community
• Creative
• Using technology
• Emerging early maths and English skills
• Enterprise
• Enrichment
• Looking after yourself

How will I be assessed?

 Assessment is continuous throughout the course.

What equipment will I need?

All equipment will be provided in most cases.

Where will I study?

Old Mill Lane campus
Church Street
S70 2AX

What can I do next?

Progression possibilities:
• Further study
• Supported living
• Community participation
• Day activities
• Volunteering
• Accessing a personal budget

How much does the course cost?

Extra information

Learning for Living and Work: Complex Needs-Sensory Full-time