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Get Into Work Full Time Programme Introduction This taster course is designed to provide young people with an experience of working life within a vocational setting and is designed to help them find a job. Entry Requirements What will I study? Personal and Social Development Certificate - this may include: Developing self Career planning Personal finance Employability Certificate - this may include: Health and Safety in the Workplace Roles and responsibility in the workplace Functional Maths Functional English Functional ICT Enrichment activities, such as: Sport Music and dance Work placement - at least one day per week with employers. There will also be support to help students find part-time paid employment, possibly for weekends. How will I be assessed? During the course you will build a portfolio of evidence, this can be written pieces, witness statements or photographs. There are opportunities throughout the year to take tests for the Functional Skills. Career Prospects/Progression Pathway This course is part of the Progression Pathways to either Apprenticeship or Employment or Supported Employment. Materials and Text Books There are no set books for this course but students need to be equipped with pens, paper and pencils. Fees Under 19 as at 31st August - Free. Over 19 as at 31st August and enrolling on a full programme of study- 470 or 430 if paid in full at the time of enrolment. Fees for studying any individual subject as a day student available on request. If you are in receipt of a qualifying means tested benefit, or you are an unwaged dependant thereof, the fee is reduced to 100. No further reduction is available on this reduced fee. All fees quoted are for British/ EEA Citizens with settled status who have been resident in an EEA country for the last 3 years or have exceptional circumstances or exceptional leave to remain. If you are in any doubt as to your status please ask for advice on enrolment. Further Information on fees and how to apply If you require further information please contact the Reception and Information Centre at Weymouth College. We are committed to providing an inclusive learning environment for all. We welcome people with additional learning needs and/or disabilities and those from diverse backgrounds in all minority groups within the community, ensuring students receive fair treatment when studying at Weymouth College. Copies of the College's Equality and Diversity policies can be found in the Library. Rehabilitation of Offenders Please note, to help us look after students and assess risks, you will be asked to declare any unspent criminal convictions when you apply to do a course at Weymouth College. Get Into Work BC Entry Requirement This course is suitable for young people from Entry 2 - Level 1 who are able to travel independently. Selection process for this course will be by first and second interviews. The college uses Right Move Week to ensure all learners are matched to the most appropriate provision to meet their needs. During Right Move Week every college student is re-assessed against course aims and levels and, if appropriate, can be moved to other provision. Applicants are required to meet attendance targets and have a good attitude towards working on the course.

Get Into Work Full Time Programme Introduction This taster course is designed to provide young people with an experience of working life within a vocational setting and is designed to help them find a job. Entry Requirements What will I study? Personal and Social Development Certificate - this may include: Developing self Career planning Personal finance Employability Certificate - this may...

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