Pre-Internships are for students who are not quite ready to go into the work place. After one year, Pre-Interns may progress to a 1-Year Supported Internship which will include time spent in the work place. Students are also expected to study English and maths alongside.
Who is this course for?
This is for students who hold a current Educational Health Care Plan (EHCP) up to the age of 24.
You will need to take part in an informal interview and selection day where various tasks will be presented and assessed.
Regular meetings and reviews in order to achieve a credited qualification.
Pre-Internships are structured study programmes set in the college premises. The pre-internship equips students with learning diffulties or disabilities to gain skills they need to progress onto a full Supported Internship and time spent in the work place. They also include English and maths study and a chance to gain qualifications where appropriate.
It is hoped that at the end of the year students will progress to the one-year Supported Internship within the College and work place. Students are expected to build up experience and skills.