Study Type
Part Time
Start Date:
The course runs for 32 weeks a year. 6hrs Part time on a Friday

Course Sheets

Entry requirements

View The Isle of Wight College's standard entry requirements for full-time college courses (depending on the level of the course to be studied).

We will meet with you before you start at college and discuss your ambitions, and your personal needs
Who the course is for

The course will help you to develop skills needed to prepare you for adulthood. It will cover independent living, employment, social, emotional, well-being and math & English skills.

Students can progress on to other college courses or into employment, supported employment opportunities or voluntary work

What you will learn
All students have personal targets to work towards. Some students may be able to take qualifications if appropriate for example the Award in Independent Living Skills or Award in Employability Skills.
How you will learn
You will learn through completing a mixture of class room-based activities, practical tasks, small group work and one to one support at times. We have flexible approaches for each individual and we will find the best way to help you learn.
Work placement
Not applicable however we do offer internal and external work placements.
  • Moving up onto our sister course – Foundation learning
  • Across college courses
  • Part time or full-time work
  • Voluntary work
  • Supported Internships
  • Apprenticeships
There are additional costs for material fees for the year
Qualifications you will get
ASCENTIS based qualifications if suitable to the individual.
Additional information

Study Type

Options of full time (three days) and part time provision – suited to the needs of the individual

Study tier

Mainly pre-entry to Entry 2 but we also support higher level learners if applicable

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