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Personal Options Diploma E2/E3 at East Berkshire College

Course description

This course helps you to recognise your strengths, skills and qualities and any areas that you may need to develop to help you move towards independence and work.

You will study a range of units such as Personal Budgeting, Planning and taking part in a visit and Healthy Living.

You will also have the chance to participate in monitored work experience.

Entry requirements

You need to be working around Entry Level 1/2

Assessment

You will be assessed in class through coursework and a range of fun and engaging activities that demonstrate your knowledge and understanding.

Future opportunities

  • Transition further study in the Foundation area initially and dependent on your personal achievements onto a L1 Vocational Course or work.
  • Further study at a higher level, community courses, employment or independent living

How to apply

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

Last updated date: 03 May 2016

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    • Facilities include:

      • Specialist workshops (e.g. welding, bricklaying)
      • New hair and beauty training salons (open to the public)
      • Autotronics and computing facilities
      • Microsoft Academy and Cisco Academy
      • New innovation centre
      • Hospitality & Catering Academy (public restaurant)
      • £5m sports centre (including gym and sports hall)
      • Engineering workshop with new CNC machine centre
      • STEM project and research space
      • REHAU renewable energy training centre
      • Learning centre with the latest PCs and tablets
      • Simulated hospital environment
      • Over 500 Microsoft Surface Pros to enable independent learning
      • Parking.