- Subject Area
- Employability, Enterprise & Lifeskills
- Entry Level
- Age Group
(Full Time - 1 year)
(Full Time - 1 year)
- Leaflet Code
This Entry Level 2 Routes To Learning course is specifically designed for students with learning difficulties and disabilities who can follow instructions and routines, and would like to develop their own independence and own work skills.
Students will focus on developing their social awareness and ability to interact with others, including eating out, taking part in leisure activities, meeting with social groups and accessing community facilities. They’ll focus on living skills such as how to shop, clean, and look after themselves, as well as using money and travelling independently.
Each aspect of the course will be tailored to the individual needs of our students, and will help them learn those essential English, Maths and life skills to make decisions about their next steps and work towards greater independence.
Students will need to have a strong desire to become independent, and should also be on an Education, Health and Care (EHC) plan.
How will I be assessed?
We’ll help students to compile a portfolio of evidence to demonstrate the skills they have learnt, and they will also have to complete Functional Skills assessments in English and Maths.
Continuing Your Journey
After completing this Entry 2 Routes To Learning, there are a number of other courses available at The Manchester College, including Routes To Employment and Routes to Skills.Careers page
Students will also be able to advance onto a supported internship to gain more independent experience at work, and could also take advantage of various volunteering opportunities.
Fees, Finance & Funding
This Routes to Learning course may be subject to agreed local authority funding. Please get in touch with our expert team for more information.Fees, finance and funding page
Got a question?
Our course enquiries team is on-hand to answer any questions you might have about this qualification, the application process, enrolment, or anything else about life at The Manchester College.Make an enquiry
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Employability, Enterprise & Lifeskills
Whatever your background or ability, at The Manchester College we have an incredible range of support and dedicated courses available to help you get back into learning, develop the skills you’ll need for employment, and find a job that’s right for you.