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Pathway 2 Employment

 Ideal if:

You want your next step to be into the world of work, but you are not yet ready to undertake a work placement.

 You’ll need:

To be committed to undertaking a work placement.

 You’ll learn:

Core employability skills through activities that develop your communication and team work. You will also improve you English and mathematics.

 Expect:

One day supported community action or one day supported college work placement per week.

 You’ll love:

The opportunity to develop your work related skills and become work ready.

 You’ll go on to:

A traineeship, voluntary or supported paid employment or a supported internship.

We offer courses for a wide range of learners; from those needing some extra support, those with learning difficulties, or those who simply want to spend some time developing core skills. Our courses are designed to focus on developing skills that can be used in any vocational area and enable you to try out numerous career paths before committing to a specific vocational course.

Who to contact

Telephone
01209 617523
E-mail
learning.support@cornwall.ac.uk
Website
https://www.cornwall.ac.uk/.../pathway-2-employment
Parent organisation
Cornwall College

Where to go

Name
BICTON | CAMBORNE | SALTASH | ST AUSTELL | STOKE CLIMSLAND

Other details

Availability

Referral required
No
Referral details

We warmly welcome and support students with disabilities, helping those with:

  • physical or sensory impairments
  • dyslexia
  • autism
  • medical conditions
  • mental health difficulties
  • learning difficulties

Whether you need advice, support, facilities or equipment we will do our best to provide it for you. We want to make sure that you have no problems during your study here at college and are easily able to join in with student life.

When you apply to study with us we will ask you to disclose any additional learning needs you may need help with and put appropriate support in place for the start of your studies. All learners are also able to request various assessments throughout their studies, should they feel they may need support in any of these areas.

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