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Personal Progress at Hull College Group

Course description

This course is a personalised programme of learning for young people who have moderate to severe learning difficulties.  Maths and English is embedded throughout the course.

Course content

  • Maths
  • English
  • Personal Care
  • Travel Training
  • Introduction to the World of Work

Entry requirements

No formal qualifications are required however applicants must demonstrate an interest and commitment to the course and complete the initial assessment and induction to ensure they are on the currect level and programme.

Future opportunities

Entry 2 Independent Living Skills

How to apply

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

Last updated date: 20 April 2016

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    • Whether you are cooking within a working restaurant, assisting models at a fashion show, providing beauty treatments to the public, caring for children in a play group or acting in front of a live audience, you’ll be guaranteed an enjoyable and valuable college experience.

      We want you to enjoy your time at Hull College and to help you make the most of your study time and free time too. Students are able to take part in a wide range of social and recreational activities for our students to participate in when they are not studying, as well as discounts, competitions and give-aways. The College is also fortunate to have an active Student Union which hosts an annual ‘Freshers’ Fair’ for students at the beginning of the Autumn term and organises social events throughout the year.

      Hull College students benefit from some of the best facilities in the country – and that’s official! Our most recent Ofsted report stated that the College has “outstanding specialist facilities”.