About The Course
This course will provide the opportunity to develop the students personal, social and employability skills in a supportive environment.
Students must be working at Entry 1 or above in Maths and English and should be able to access the campus independently (depending on individual need).
Suitability for the programme will be assessed on an individual basis, at interview and during the first six weeks of the programme.
If successful, students will be encouraged to progress on to the Entry 3 Towards Independence, Work and Learning course.
Some example units include:
- English and Maths
- Personal and Social Development
- Building Independence
- Life Skills and Cookery
- Community Participation
- Employability Skills and Work Experience (supported employment)
- Foundation Studies Options – such as Horse Riding Sport, Art, Animal Care, Horticulture
By continuous assessment which will include both practical and written tasks and activities. Students will be supported in building a personal portfolio of evidence to demonstrate the tasks may have undertaken.
Foundation Studies run the BCA Shop where all students have the opportunity to gain onsite work experience. There may also be the possibility of off-site work experience.