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Personal Progress Entry Level 1 Award at Havering College of Further and Higher Education

Course description

If you would like to develop your skills in everyday life, then this is a course is for you. You will follow a wide curriculum which will include horticulture, health and fitness, expressive arts and woodwork, along with everyday maths, English and ICT. You will also participate in enterprise activities and have the opportunity to undertake a supported work placement, where appropriate.

Course content

This award is designed for students who have learning difficulties.

You will study:

  • Skills for daily life;
  • Cooking;
  • Home craft;
  • Community awareness;
  • Everyday maths, English and ICT;
  • Supported work placement, where appropriate.

Entry requirements

There are no formal entry requirements. Entry is via a successful interview.

Assessment

Assessment is ongoing through the academic year.

Future opportunities

Once you have completed this Award, there is an opportunity for progression through to the Certificate and then the Diploma in Personal Progress.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Havering College of Further and Higher Education directly.

Last updated date: 15 April 2016

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Venues

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    • Many of our vocational training centres are based at our Quarles campus including:

      - The Jubilee Restaurant & professional training kitchens

      - Engineering workshops

      - The Plumbing Skills workshop

      - Public Services and Sports

      - Health & Social Care specialist care suites

      - Early Years and Childcare

      - Foundation Skills Centre

      Quarles is a 20 minute bus ride from the centre of Romford and a short distance from the local shopping centre. Harold Hill features many open spaces including the expansive Central Park and is home to The Central Park Leisure Centre.