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Foundation Learning Works Pathway: Pathway 2 Employment Stage 2 (Supported Internship)

Level 1

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Key Info

Learning Area   Foundation Learning
Delivery Mode   Full-time
Duration   1 Year


Dates & Locations

Course Type   16-19
Location   Cornwall College St Austell
Start Date   06/09/2021

Interested in work? FL Works has a very clear focus to prepare you for employment. You may study this pathway in two stages. Pathway to Employment Stage 1 and Pathway to Employment Stage 2 (Supported Internship).

Pathway to Employment Stage 2 (Supported Internship): Following on from the Pathway to Employment Stage 1 course, if you have a genuine desire to get a job and you can demonstrate an excellent record of behaviour and attendance, then this course is ideal for you.?

Our vision is to support you to be INDEPENDENT, CONFIDENT AND RESILIENT so that you are well-prepared to engage with the wider community. The Pathway 2 Employment course and experiences within it, will most certainly help you to develop in these areas, working towards your chosen aspiration.?

  What You Will Learn

Supported internships are a good way of preparing you to get a job. What makes them different is that you do most of your learning at work and some in college. This means you can ‘learn on the job’. A supported internship could be the right choice for you if you know you learn best by ‘doing’.?

  Entry Requirements

You will have a current Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) and be 16 to 24 years of age. This course is designed to help you move forwards and develop your confidence both at work and at college.

  Work Experience

You will do in excess of 360 hours work experience; this is typically done by completing two days a week over the course of the academic year.? You could be offered support via a Job Coach if needed.

Placements will cover a range of national and local employers and businesses and will link to your work related interests.

  Assessment

You should expect to carry out a two days per week work placement with an employer, possibly supported by a Job Coach, working towards personal targets and you will be expected to complete a work experience diary, which includes a feedback section from your employer.

You will also further-develop the skills you need to be successful in employment including English, maths and ICT whilst in college.?

  Progression

The aim is that you are able to gain employment as a result of undertaking this course.

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