Supported Work Skills Entry Level at Sheffield College
The Supported Work Skills course is designed for young people with learning difficulties, offering practical learning experiences for life and work both on college premises and in and around Sheffield.
Students can also develop their functional skills as appropriate. Students work in small groups with a high level of support from learning disability specialists.
Students have individual support plans and 2 multi-agency reviews a year, to help with support, reviewing and planning. We aim to foster good working relationships with the key people in student’s lives, including family, carers, support workers and other professionals involved.
This a one year full time course for students who want to work and need to develop their skills for progression into the workplace. The course links up with local employers and gives students significant opportunities to develop work skills in real work environments.
An interview to discuss the student’s support needs would be required.
16 – 18 year old students only. There are no formal entry requirements, but those in education will be expected to complete their current learning programme. Students are required to attend an interview/assessment at college to help decide the right course for them.
At The Sheffield College we will always do our best to support you through your studies, to make them as stress free as possible. We have a specialist support team who can give you all the advice you need on all things financial, including what might be available to you, so that you don’t go short and you can concentrate all your efforts into your studies.
If you meet the eligibility criteria we’ll be able to support you with free meals. You’ll get an amount of money that you can use within the college shops and diners per day. This will be added to your student ID card which you will just swipe to purchase items.
Students (including Apprentices) of The Sheffield College who live in South Yorkshire are eligible for a 16–18 Student Pass which entitles pass holders to cheaper travel on buses and trams in South Yorkshire. Pass holders are also entitled to half fare on Northern train services in South Yorkshire.
Learner Support Fund
If you are enrolled with us, you may receive support towards the cost of:
Books and materials
Uniform and equipment
Essential course trips
- DBS checks needed for your course (previously known as CRB)
UCAS registration fee and travel to interviews when applying for university
When it is time for students to leave college we aim for them to have a supported progression to other placements or providers. Students may progress into voluntary work, supported employment, paid work or other vocational courses.
How to apply
School pupils in Sheffield should apply on-line with the help of their school. Other applicants can apply using a paper application form available from any college campus, by phoning 0114 260 2600, or downloading one from our website www.sheffcol.ac.uk
How to apply
You can apply for this course through UCAS Progress. Add this course to your favourites so you can start making an application.