The Supported Internships course is a one year study programme for learners aged 18-24 years based at a local employer premises. The aim of the course is to give Learners the skills for independence and employment.
The Supported Internship programme is designed to enable young people with special educational needs and disabilities to achieve sustainable employment by equipping them with the skills they need for work through learning in the workplace.
As part of the course, Learners complete a vocational profile so we can match individuals with local employers finding a good fit for both.
All our learners take part in enterprise work, activities for daily living and also part take in a Travel Training programme.
It is important that the Learner is committed to achieving employment and to comply with workplace conditions such as attendance, timekeeping, dress code and behaviour is essential to achieve a successful outcome.
Work placements include:
Community Enterprise Centre
All our learners take part in enterprise work, activities for daily living and also a travel training programme.
Some of the additional activities on the course include:
Activities for daily Living
We offer a wide range of options and activities. Our aim is to get everyone ready for the next step in life whether it is independent or supported living, Life skills or Supported Employment. Learners will study Numeracy and Literacy and Achieve Qualifications at Entry level.
After the Supported Internship programme learners will be equipped to progress into paid or voluntary employment in a full or part-time role.
To study on the Supported Internship Programme, learners need to have an Educational Health and Care plan. Learners would also need to attend an interview prior to enrolment.
Learners also get the opportunity to take part in activities such as:
Basic Food Hygiene Certificate
The course is free to full time learners with an EHCP.
Why not come and talk to us about what you would like to do?