This course is an introduction to either our employment or vocational Pathway or a step up to join vocational courses within the mainstream provision in college.
Learners develop individual skills used in different sports as well as transferable employability skills.
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Learners develop individual skills used in different sports as well as transferable employability skills such as communication, teamwork, leadership and problem-solving through a range of practical sporting activities and theory sessions. Throughout the course learners will build confidence, resilience and a greater level of independence which they can take into adulthood.
Learners on this course will partake in a variety of practical activities including:
- Team sports including football, basketball, cricket, touch rugby
- Individual sports including boxing, badminton, tennis, table tennis
- One gym session per week following an individual fitness programme
- Water safety
- Adapted games
- Trips and community visits
- Matches, competitions and tournaments
- Taking part in enterprise events.
Learners will also develop their functional skills alongside their vocational timetable by attending specific Maths and English sessions and having individualised targets in these areas.
Learners attend College for three days each week, 9am – 4pm. Group sizes are usually around eight learners.
Learners will be working on gaining an Entry level Certificate in Personal and Social skills. Progress will be monitored using the RARPA process where personal targets will be set and regularly reviewed with the learner, parents, carers and other professionals.
Exploring entry level work opportunities in sport and sport related industries.
What options are there after completing this course?
As in all courses in College, there is a focus on progression and the course aims to prepare for their next step whether this is a further course at College within the mainstream provision* or join one of our employment pathways.
*Dependent on student meeting entry requirements.
Coming to College is a full time commitment and you will need to ensure that you have factored in the cost of travelling to College and potentially to a local work placement. If you are concerned about this, please click here to see what financial support is available through our Student Services team.
We will request contributions as we offer a lot of trips and outings.
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Additional Learning Support
If you have a specific learning difficulty or disability, are deaf or hearing impaired, our Additional Learning Support team are on hand to give you assistance whenever you need it.
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