Supported Internship

The focus of the course is to give students interest in participating in specific work/supported work/enterprise projects and increase their employability skills.

Transition: Students will learn about the management of change; coping with new people, new places and building appropriate relationships for the workplace.

Entry criteria: Students wishing to enrol on this course must successfully pass the Hodder online assessment. In order to enrol on this course you will be required to attend one of our enrolment days where you will be asked to complete a short interview with a member of curriculum or admissions staff. You may also be asked to produce a record of achievement or qualification certificates.

Curriculum: Skills related to work are taught within the course, these include; following instructions, Health & Safety, dressing appropriately, knowing how to communicate in the workplace, and making career choices. English and maths are also delivered as separate courses.

On-programme Support: As well as the teaching team delivering the course, an intensive course of work preparation and employability skills is carried out by trained teachers, Job Coaches and Work Place Managers. Specialist support will be provided as appropriate. Trainees will study maths & English qualifications (if not already achieved to level 2).

Outcome: Opportunities for paid employment or entry to an Apprenticeship.