Skills for Independence and Employability: Entry 1 to Entry 3

These qualifications offers learners opportunities to access appropriate and relevant education which will enable them to improve their life opportunities. The qualifications provide a foundation for lifelong learning by focusing on transferable skills that are essential for living and working in the community. This will be done by enabling learners to develop their employability skills and progress to independence via a cohesive and focused education and training provision.

A typical study programme may include some of the following units:
  • Health & Safety Awareness in a Working Environment
  • Teamwork Skills
  • Presentation Skills
  • Repairing a Cycle Puncture
  • Replacing Cycle Brake Assemblies
  • Systematic Cycle Checking
  • Carpentry Hand Skills
  • Developing Angling Skills
  • Participating in Leaisure Activities
  • Taking Part in Sport