A helping hand while ‘moving on’
Keighley College students have been finding out about the support that they can access after completing their studies.
The college invited a range of guest organisations to take part in its Moving On event on Wednesday 2 March.
The day was organised to let Foundation Studies students in particular, along with their parents and carers, talk to the visiting groups about the kinds of assistance that will be available as they progress.
SEND Coordinator at Keighley College, Jeanie Forster, said: “This was all about helping the students find out about the support that they can access once they have finished their time at college.
“It was also a great chance for them to build contacts while seeing what organisations are out there.
“We had the guests set up tables with resources and information and then our students popped in to have refreshments, grab a goody bag and chat to each organisation about what they could offer.
“We have had some very positive feedback from both the participating guests and students about how useful this event was.”
The participating organisations were: School of Rock and Media, AWARE, Hft Bradford, Mencap, People First Keighley and Craven, Mind The Gap, Down Syndrome Training and Support Service Ltd, Focus Autism, Preparing for Adulthood, and Specialist Autism Services (SAS).
Foundation Studies at Keighley College are suited to anyone with disabilities, learning difficulties, or difficulty managing emotions and behaviour.
More information about our Foundation Studies courses can be found here