Course Details

To enable individuals to function meaningfully, productively and as independently as possible in their communities. The course provides an environment and a range of opportunities which students can develop,Communication skills, self-esteem and confidence, self-advocacy, personal presentation, accessing the community, maturity, positive relationships leading to an optimum quality of life.

Entry Requirements

An interest in becoming more independent and developing skills for work.Suitability for the programme will be assessed at interview and during the first six weeks of the learning programme

Career options

The course offers the posibility of 3 year progressive programme. There will be opportunities where applicable for students to progress onto an Entry level 2 course or an Adult Leisure Course within Foundation Programmes.

Personal Progress 1

Five highlights

  • 1 Teaching and learning at Chichester College graded Outstanding by Ofsted
  • 2 You will benefit from an individually designed programme of study.
  • 3 You will be able to sample a variety of vocational modules
  • 4 Develop your self confidence and independence.
  • 5 You will be able to particpate in departmental enterprise schemes.

Key Points

  • Brinsbury Campus
  • 02.09.2019
  • OCR Skills for Life and Living Entry 1


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Are you under 19 on the 31st August this year?
Are you in receipt of JSA or ESA Work Related Activity Group, or are you in receipt of a State Benefit and currently unemployed and seeking employment?
Are you getting a SFE loan for this course?
Course code Location Course length Start date
SLD227BF1A Brinsbury Campus 1 Year 02.09.2019
SLD227CF1A Chichester Campus 1 Year 02.09.2019

What you need to know

What will I study?

Topics included in this course are: • Healthy Living involving some cooking skills • Using Money • Independence Skills • Shopping • Assessing community facilities • Social awareness and development • ICT • Gardening • Enterprise • Cultural awareness

How will I be taught?

Students will develop communication skills through team games, sport, arts and crafts and music as well as accessing local leisure facilities. Students will undertake several enterprise activities. Community projects are an important part of the learning; where students focus their development on what facilities are available within the local community, personal safety and learning about the town and how to access essential items for independence. Flexibility is the keyword to your learning.

How will I be assessed?

Assessment is completed via a portfolio of evidence, which may include observation, Q&A, practical or written assessments.

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