Work to Learn – Inclusive Learning
Inclusive Learning students get support from teaching and support staff throughout their Study
Programmes. They will learn new practical skills along with personal skills such as confidence, self-esteem, and teamwork all whilst gaining a qualification to help them for the future.
Whilst studying you will focus on a wide range of work related units and industry based scenarios. You will also study English & Maths to develop the skills needed to progress in the workplace.
PLEASE NOTE: Our Inclusive Learning courses are for those with learning disabilities or Education, Health and Care Plans.
What will I do?
• Career progression
• Self-assessment – confidence, strengths, skills
• Planning and participating in an event
• Introduction to Customer service in the
• Preparing and serving drinks
Studying this programme will allow you to
progress to a higher-level programme at Milton
Keynes College or into employment if appropriate.
Is it for me?
If you are aged 16-24 years old, have special educational needs or require a supported learning environment and have an interest in preparing for the world of work, then this course is ideal for you.
EHC (Educational Health Care) plan and to have completed an Entry Level 3 qualification.
HOW WILL I BE ASSESSED?
Assessments have been designed to give you the opportunity to develop skills, knowledge and experience needed within a range of industry environments. You will continuously be assessed throughout set project work and practical assessments.
HOW MUCH WILL I HAVE TO STUDY EACH WEEK?
You will be required to attend college for a minimum of 16 hour, which will be taught sessions, including project work and online learning. The rest will be homework and assessments. You can expect to be in College for up to 4 days per week and classes will
normally be between 9am and 5pm.