Have you been out of learning or work for a while? Get Ready for College is for anyone who wants to get back into learning and to develop employability skills. It can also help you gain your full potential by building your confidence developing communication numeracy and computing skills working as a team and investigating the local area. Your tutors will support you and help you choose the right course for the next stage of your learning journey. The course has everything you need to take the jump to college and a bright new future. The course runs for 18 weeks and you will be in College on a Monday and Tuesday at Milton Road Campus. Benefits can still be claimed whilst studying this course as study is on a part time basis.
- Gain qualifications at SCQF Level 4 and develop skills on the way for: Personal Development, Self and Work, Local Investigation Enterprise and Building Employability, IT, Numeracy, Communication
How Course Is Assessed:
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- No formal entry qualifications required, core skills diagnostic at interview stage
- There are no formal entry requirements for this course but you must show that you are committed and have the attitude to succeed and learn new skills. There is a pre-entry interview Other considerations: Attitude interest in the subject area and attending an interview Apply online or contact Kevin McArthur on 0131 344 7051 to request an application form For more information contact Rae McGhee on 0131 344 7256 or email Rae.email@example.com
English Proficiency Requirements:
- Increased confidence and skills may lead to employment
- Study further qualifications at a higher level or progress to an appropriate programme of study
We have got a proven record for success … Mam was referred to the Get Ready for College! course via the Baton Project. Following her successful completion she then progressed onto Skills for Life and Work. Her experiences on both courses have helped her to identify a clear career path and she is currently a student on the Travel and Tourism course. Mam hopes to gain employment within this industry and particularly enjoys studying Tour Guiding. She feels that her confidence and communication skills have improved greatly as a result of doing both courses where she gained qualifications and soft skills. Liam joined the Get Ready for College! in September 2013. A quiet young man he progressed onto Skills for Life and Work which saw his confidence and employability soar. As a result of his collective learning experience Liam is currently studying Social Sciences and hopes to use his learning to gain entry to the Police Force. Recently Liam helped to co-host an Open Day which showcased the success of both Skills for Life and Work and Get Ready for College! courses. Lilliana a young mum came to Scotland from her native Poland. Her main aim was to gain some qualifications and she quickly became an integral part of the Get Ready for College! student body taking the role of Class Rep and also was responsible for organising fund raising initiatives. The next step in her learning journey saw her participate in a work placement in a children’s nursery while study on the Skills for Life and Work course. This experience underlined her desire to study for a qualification in Child Care and to fulfil her dream of working with children. Currently she is on track to complete the first stage of her childcare qualification. Jenny is a lady from Australia. Her positive attitude to learning saw her progress from Get Ready for College! to the Adult Returners’ course in academic year 2013/14. In August 2014 Jenny’s dream of studying at a Higher level was realised when she was accepted on the SWAP Access to Humanities course.
Fees - Information about funding can be found here
Fee: £798 Milton Road part-time (year 1)
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