Our foundation learning department offers qualifications for learners who need more individual support. 16-18 year olds (25 if an Educational Health Care Plan is in place) can achieve Entry and Level 1 vocational qualifications. The courses allow Learners to build on essential skills and general education and get experience in vocational areas.
These qualifications allow learners to build and develop skills using both their own goals and tutors’ assessment of their current skills profile. This will include a vocational qualification, either focused on a particular area or a taster of several different areas.
This is supported by functional skills or GCSE in maths and English qualifications. Learners will receive support which will help them to assess their skills, regularly review their progress, and work towards goals they can achieve.
The foundation learning department also offers part-time ALD supported learning courses. These courses enable learners to develop independent living skills. All learners are given the chance to access appropriate educational opportunities by providing relevant, flexible learner centred programmes.
The department have high expectations and a keen focus on building learners confidence levels and softer skills in order to support internal and external progression opportunities.
Select your chosen course below and click 'Apply Now' to start the application process. In order to help you decide if this is the right course for you, we will then arrange an interview where you will have chance to have a chat with one of the team!
Discover the College’s courses for yourself at our next on campus Open Event:
|Supported Internships||Entry||Stratford-upon-Avon College||16 to 19||Full Time|
|Pre-Vocational Study Entry 2 Certificate||Entry 2||Stratford-upon-Avon College||16 to 19||Full Time|
|Entry to Vocational Study Entry 3 Certificate||Entry 3||Stratford-upon-Avon College||16 to 19||Full Time|
|Vocational Studies Level 1 Introductory Diploma||Level 1||Stratford-upon-Avon College||16 to 19||Full Time|