This is an exciting and innovative course at L2 for young people who have additional support needs and would like to have experience of what a vocational mainstream course entails in a supported environment. The main aim of this course is for young people to familiarise within a FE college in order to support them to access a vocational mainstream course, supported internship or finding employment. As part of the programme the learners will be able to develop employability, personal and social skills through the curriculum offer. The offer includes English, maths, enrichment, tutorial, vocational day and social inclusion activities which will build on learners’ community presence. There will also be an opportunity to do work experience with a suitable employer.

This is an exciting new course for learners who wish to develop the skills, knowledge and attitudes needed for progressing onto supported internships, paid work and volunteering. Students will have an opportunity to access internal and external work experience and work with employers to support them.

This flexible programme will be tailored to meet the needs of the individualised students. The course will comprise of a number of core units focusing on a range of employability skills. The main aim of the course is to prepare students to access supported internships, supported employment, voluntary work or further education courses.

As part of the course you will be able to develop your employability, personal and social skills through the curriculum offer. The course consists of English and maths, enrichment, tutorial, enterprise and dependent on work readiness work experience with one or two days spent with an employer or internal placements.

Enterprise and Communication aims to support young people with Autism while preparing them for the transition into adulthood with the use of proactive, holistic, flexible and evidence based approaches. We provide young people with a low level arousal and very structured environment that supports the development of their mind and body.

The curriculum is designed for young people to form an understanding of the world around them. Including how to relate to others, communicate, be creative and manage their anxieties. Students are supported to master tasks and learn skills for ‘doing’ and ‘thinking’ building on their independence skills and allowing them to take active part in their communities.

This course is for students who have an interest in Multimedia, Business Admin and ICT. There will be a number of projects that students will work on during the course depending on areas of interest of the group.

Students will use digital cameras to take photographs and then manipulate images using Photoshop for various purposes. They will learn how to store and retrieve files as well as using Microsoft packages such as Excel, Powerpoint and Word.

The Vocational Pathway to Sport is designed to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes in preparation for paid employment within the Sport & Service Industries. Students will be involved in a wide range of indoor and outdoor sporting activities.

Students will be involved in a wide range of indoor and outdoor sporting activities. The course aims to assist students to develop the essential skills necessary to participate and lead in sports. Students will learn the skills and health and safety awareness to assist organising and leading sporting events and activities.

The course offers the opportunity to undertake work experience placement within sport & leisure industry. Your academic studies will include English, Maths and ICT, which will be developed according to the learner’s assessed levels and abilities.

This one year course will also offer essential study skills and knowledge to students who aspire to further their education on a mainstream sports course. For the future, the Sport Course can also be the first step towards undertaking short coaching awards. Your academic studies will include Maths and English with the aim of raising individual standards towards national Functional Skills qualifications.

Attending the Sport Course will give you the chance to access the local and wider community, develop your social skills, promote healthy eating, create your personal training and fitness plan, boost self-confidence and promote enjoyment.

This course is designed to allow students to access and participate in horticulture activities as well as develop their enterprise skills, through a weekly trolley dash at the Southall campus. All students have an opportunity to grow, make and sell products that they make as well as work with external organisations to maintain community gardens.

Independent Living skills will be embedded in the course giving students an opportunity to develop greater independence with personal hygiene, basic cooking, healthy exercise, employability and communicating with others. The programme of study will include Maths, English and ICT development alongside the practical subjects.

The course is designed to develop employability skills and academic skills to support students to transition into the community, employment or vocational pathways within inclusive learning. There will be a strong emphasis on developing enterprises, employability skills through writing CVs, covering letters, application forms, preparing for interviews and study skills.

The programme of study will include Maths, English and IT development alongside the practical subjects. The course follows the independence route, enhancing prior learning to support each learner to become as independent as possible.

This is an exciting and innovative course at L1 for young people who have additional support needs and would like to have experience of what a vocational mainstream course entails in a supported environment. The main aim of this course is for young people to familiarise within a FE college in order to support them to access a vocational mainstream course, supported internship or finding employment.

One day will be spent in a mainstream vocational class. The choice of vocational areas will be: Health and Social Care Hospitality and Catering ICT Business and Admin Vehicle maintenance and Construction

This flexible programme will be tailored to meet the needs of the individual students. The course will comprise a number of core units focusing on a range of employability and work-related skills.

As part of the programme the learners will be able to develop employability, personal and social skills through the curriculum offer. The offer includes English, maths, enrichment, tutorial and social inclusion activities which will build on learners’ community presence. There will also be an opportunity to do work experience with a suitable employer.

The course is a supported internship based at the Hilton Hotel Heathrow Terminal 5 London. Hotel internships are temporary positions within hotels that allow you to gain practical experience by working alongside professionals. Interns at the hotel are encouraged to gain valuable experience in entry level jobs that relates directly to their employment goals. You will usually be required to work in 3 departments during your internship and offers an opportunity to concentrate on areas of interest or suitability. The aim of your internship is to learn the policies, systems and procedures in place for each department you work in. Hotel internships are available to work within the following areas – Kitchen; Front of House; Housekeeping; Food and Beverage; Meeting and Events; Back of House; and Maintenance.

Students will study an Award in Employability Level 1. This will comprise of 4 OCN units covering Working as a Team, Communication Skills in Preparing for Work, Work Experience, and Oral Presentation Skills.

The programme is based on Project SEARCH requirements http://www.projectsearch.us/ designed for young people with learning difficulties to gain meaningful employment.