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Life Skills classes at Adult Education

The Adult Education Service have set up new Life Skills classes aimed at adults with learning difficulties and disabilities.

The focus of the Life Skills courses is on the preparation for independent living and moving students closer to employment.  Practical activities including cooking embed the core skills of English, maths, and ICT.  We now offer discrete English, maths and digital skills classes. Students attending life skills classes develop confidence, become more independent, move onto further learning, volunteering and work.

For students with the ambition to move towards paid employment, a Supported Internship may be suitable. Students share their time between college and a work placement to develop the skills needed in the world of work. Interested students will need to be aged between 19 and 24 you will need an Education and Healthcare Plan (EHCP).

For further information about the many other courses, we have on offer for students with a range of disabilities

Call us on - 01902 558180
Email us: enquiries@aes.wolverhampton.gov.uk
or check our website www.aes.wolverhampton.gov.uk  

 

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