Courses for people age 16-23 with learning difficulties & disabilities
The College of North West London’s Supported Learning team offers educational progression routes for learners with learning difficulties and disabilities, with learners joining and working at the right level for their individual needs.
|Facilities include:||Benefits include:|
|Specially adapted kitchen & utility room||Small class sizes|
|Garden||Groups supported by a dedicated learning support assistant|
|IT rooms, art and craft rooms||Opportunities to develop skills that will help you progress in education, employment or independent living|
|Accessible toilet and hygiene facilities||Opportunity for social enterprise and / or work experience with business in the community|
|Daily living environment||Encourages and develops small group living skills
Our programme is divided into three distinct courses:
- Skills for living
- From living to learning
- Preparation for work
- Pre Internship
For more information on the courses above click here: Courses and progression routes
We also offer a Supported Internship and Pre-Internship programme.
See more about supported internships here.
Duration of courses: Courses are taught for 16.5 hours per week over 36 weeks in each college year. Students are in the College three or four days a week.
Progression: At every level, following successful completion, you will have the opportunity to progress onto the next level of study or take the opportunity to seek supported employment or other training.
Feedback: Parents/carers will get regular feedback on learners’ progress. Each student gets an Individual Learning Plan (ILP) and targets to help track progress.
For more information please contact:
Huda Al-Najar Curriculum Manager
Tel: 0208 208 5052