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Preparation for Supported Internships

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Reach your full potential with the Preparation for Supported Internships programme.

This course is for adults with learning difficulties and disabilities. It aims to develop your personal independence and life skills, and provides you with opportunities to develop communication, life skills, problem solving, decision making and practical independent living skills.

Our career pathways show you a typical route through the various stages of learning, what you will learn along the way and the careers these programmes could lead onto.

What I'll learn

On the Preparation for Supported Internships programme, in our learning companies and classroom learning you will develop:

  • English and maths in the workplace
  • Customer service skills
  • Teamwork and problem solving
  • Independence for work
  • Travel training
  • Attribute development
  • Independent living skills

 

How I'll learn

Learning is through practical activity including teamwork group work projects and external visits into the local community.

 

How I'll be assessed

Assessment is through the development of a portfolio of evidence to meet accrediting body requirements.

 

Entry Requirements

The only entry requirement is that you have a successful interview with a member of the course team in order to ensure that we can fully meet your needs at Banbury and Bicester College.

 

How to Apply

To register your interest and contact the Foundation Learning team, you do not need to complete the full college application form. Please complete the short form here.