Our Courses

Horizons College aims to provide four learning pathways that are intended to extend learning beyond that provided in the pre-16 phase and moving progressively towards community participation and application of skills. In real terms this will mean learning to use local services and making a contribution to the local community either through voluntary or paid work. Above all else having increased opportunities to take control and have choices.

 

 

 

Provision and Progression Route Diagram

 

 

 

Horizons College Pathways Infographic

 

 

 

 

Horizons College
Learner Journey

Two Year Study Programmes

Horizons College - Pathway to Independence 
Course Overview
Qualifications

Horizons College - Pathway to Employment
Course Overview
Qualifications

Horizons College - Pathway to Life Choices
Course Overview
Qualifications

One Year Pathway to Employment Programme

Horizons College Course Overview - Supported Internships 

All learners, where appropriate, will have access to the following across our study programmes:

  • Various Learning and Vocational Pathways
  • Social Enterprise Projects and Opportunities
  • Work Experience or Work Shadowing
  • Activities for Daily Living & Life Skills
  • Functional Skills - Numeracy, Literacy and ICT
  • Specialist Care Plan Provision – Overseen by a Specialist Nurse
  • Personalised Therapy – Speech and Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy, including Hydrotherapy
  • Intensive Interaction
  • Travel Training

 Find out more

To find out more about the Horizons College Courses or the Curriculum, please contact Claire Bramfitt in the office on  01793 481493 and she will be able to help direct you to the correct member of staff.