- Subject Area
- Employability, Enterprise & Lifeskills
- Entry Level
- Age Group
(Full Time - 1 year)
(Full Time - 1 year)
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Designed for any student who has learning difficulties and disabilities but wants to progress their learning and work skills, this Routes to Skills Entry Level 3 course is ideal for those who can follow instructions and routines.
On the course, students will get a number of vocational tasters to help them develop essential social awareness and working skills. They’ll learn how to live independently and use public transport effectively, as well as focusing on personal care and presentation and surrounding health, safety and dangers.
With the opportunity to work in the Cube Café at The Manchester College, students will get to serve customers and use money in real-life situations. As students develop their skills and complete enterprise projects, they’ll be working towards more and more independence, and have the ability to make positive decisions about their next steps.
Please Click Here to view the specific entry requirements for our 16-18 Study Programmes.
Work Experience is a vital part of the course and you will be supported in finding a work placement relevant to your study.
How will I be assessed?
Throughout the course, with our help students will build up a portfolio of evidence of the skills and experience they have completed. They will also work on assessments for English and Maths Functional Skills
Continuing Your Journey
With this Entry 3 course, students will be able to continue onto our Routes To Employment course at The Manchester College, or even advance onto a number of mainstream Level 1 courses with us.Careers page
They could also choose to complete a supported internship or take up a relevant volunteering opportunity.
Fees, Finance & Funding
This Routes to Skills 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.