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Pathway to Progress at Moulton College

Course description

This course is designed for learners with moderate to severe learning difficulties and/ or disabilities. The course includes a wide range of practical activities including animal and horse care, horticulture, countryside, art and design, cookery, community studies and independent living skills.

Course content

Professional and vocational qualifications lead to accreditation, be it from an examining body, such as City & Guilds or Edexcel, or professional recognition, such as from Construction Skills or Lantra. The Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF) recognises vocational achievement through the attainment of credits for units of study and for whole qualifications. The smallest qualification is the Award, then the Certificate, and the largest is the Diploma, although there are other intermediate qualifications also available. The duration of study will typically reflect the size of the qualification.

Entry requirements

No formal qualifications required but you will need to attend an interview to identify interests and support requirements

Assessment

Vocational and professional qualifications are taught through college based theory and practical lessons with further learning and understanding developed via directed self-study. Assessment consists of internally set coursework and assignments, although some professional and vocational qualifications may require the achievement of externally set assessments.

Future opportunities

Students generally progress onto a higher level of General Education and Supported Learning course, move into a job with training (such as an apprenticeship) or move into full time employment.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Moulton College directly.

Last updated date: 15 April 2016
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