We have a range of study programmes to support learners with special educational needs; all of these programmes include vocational learning of practical skills in a chosen subject area, English and Maths, tutorials and enrichment activities, employability skills and personal development, and work experience.
We have a large team of specialist staff who can assess the support needs of learners who identify themselves or are referred by tutors. The team provides support, specialist equipment and adapted resources. They are also responsible for arranging exam concessions and extra time for students with a disability or health problems.
For more information on local support for those with special educational needs and disability visit the Lincolnshire County Council website.
Skills for Independence
A bespoke programme to develop skills that promote and support greater independence in day-to-day living.
Skills for Work and Enterprise
A programme that sees learners develop skills in a vocational area such as Construction or Sport.
Skills for Progression
This vocational programme is for learners whose goal is to access mainstream college programmes or gain employment but need a an additional year to mature and develop emotionally or socially.
This is an employment-based programme that gives learners with learning difficulties and/or disabilities the opportunity to gain employability skills in the workplace.
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