The Supported Internship programme is designed to enable young people with special educational needs to achieve sustainable employment with a local employer.
The course focuses on equipping learners with transferable independent and work based skills, to help secure an offer of employment upon completion of the course.
Learners will create a vocational profile, based upon their skills, interests and long term goals, to help match them with a local employer.
We have a wide and varied employer database, which includes work placements in the following areas:
- Retail Farm/Horticulture
Learners will need to be committed to learning about and complying with workplace conditions such as time keeping, attendance, dress codes, behaviour and Health and Safety, in order to achieve a successful outcome on this course
We offer a wide range of options and activities. Our aim is to get everyone ready for the next step in life, whether this is independent, supported or unsupported employment.
Learners will study Numeracy and Literacy and achieve qualifications with an appropriate awarding body.
After completing the Supported Internship programme learners will be equipped to progress into paid or voluntary employment, in a full or part-time role.
Applicants need to have an Education, Health and Care Plan and must have completed a Study Programme with us first. It is also important to have the determination and motivation to meet the needs of the ever changing world of work.
Learners will also get the opportunity to take part in activities such as:
- Music & Art
- Salamander Course Therapy
The course is free to full time learners with an EHCP.