Pathway Overview

Choosing the Continuing Education pathway of the Learning for Living and Work Programme enables you to undertake a variety of sessions to develop your skills in a range of different areas.


Entry Requirements

  • You must have an Education Health and Care Plan (EHCP) and is subject to commissioning by your local authority

  • This pathway is aimed at learners aged between 16 and 24

  • A three day referral visit followed by a comprehensive extended initial assessment period


Pathway Content

This pathway could include:

  • Vocational courses from Entry Level 2 up to Level 1

  • Functional Skills qualifications in English, Mathematics and ICT from Entry level 1 up to Level 2

  • Visits to continuing education providers

  • Individual travel training programme

  • Support to develop strategies to self-regulate your social and emotional well-being

  • e-Safety

  • Personal safety

  • Communication and social interaction skills

  • Problem solving

  • Independent living skills

  • Community inclusion

  • Health and well-being

  • Experience of work

  • Social action project


Next Steps

After completion of your programme, you can progress to:

 

  • Further study

  • Vocational programmes

  • Supported living/independent living

  • Community participation

  • Day activities

  • Volunteering

  • Personal budget

  • Supported employment/paid work


More Information​

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