This course will prepare students to enter the world of work and become independent, reliable and competent employees.
What will I learn?
You will complete an Employability qualification, English and maths in the first term. Skills for employability such as timekeeping, independent travel, team work and rights and responsibilities in the workplace.
Modules may vary each year and between levels of courses - further details can be provided upon application or at open events.
- Job Search & Employment
How will I be assessed?
The students will build a portfolio of evidence in a folder which will be internally and externally assessed at the end of the year. Students may also be observed during practical activities by college staff as part of their assessment.
Entry level 3 English and maths. Interview with employer and College. Must be an independent traveller.
All applicants require an Education, Health & Care Plan in order to access Foundation Studies provision at Buckinghamshire College Group. All applicants are assessed prior to entry to ensure that they are enrolled to the most appropriate level and course. Not all courses are offered at each site, and sites may be subject to change depending on available facilities and application numbers.
Progression & Career Opportunities
Progression from this course is usually into employment. Upon completion of this course you can apply for voluntary or paid work within your chosen sector.
Cost of Study
Any course offer for a student who has an Education and Health Care Plan (EHCP) will be dependent on whether the college has agreed with the issuing Local Authority that it can meet the outcomes identified in the EHCP, and the Local Authority has agreed to fund the place.
Attendance on the course: 1st term - 3 days a week at College. 2nd term - 2 days a week at College and 1 day in work placement. 3rd term - 1 day a week at College and 2 days in work placement.