Overview

This two-year Pathway has been designed to support you to realise your potential by becoming as independent as possible. We do this by providing you with a bespoke pathway that meets your needs, wants, and aspirations.

Why should I choose this Pathway?

You should choose this Pathway because:

  • Our fantastic and skilled teaching team are passionate about supporting our learners to achieve their goals
  • We provide a welcoming and fun environment to learn in
  • We support our learners to make friends and build their confidence
  • We have onsite Occupational Therapists and Speech and Language Therapists who can support you

There are many more reasons why you should choose this pathway – why not visit and have a look for yourself?

What would I do on this Pathway?

You can take part in a variety of practical and engaging sessions, such as:

  • Hospitality and Catering
  • Horticulture
  • Equestrian Studies
  • Duke of Edinburgh
  • Art
  • Enterprise
  • Project-Based Functional Skills (e.g. Avon)
  • Internal Work Experience
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Travel Training

Qualifications offered on this Pathway

All qualifications are City and Guilds registered and can be delivered from Entry Level 1 to Level 2:

What does this Pathway lead to?

FAQ’s

Q: I am on a two-year ‘developing independence’ pathway, what will be different in my second year?

A: In your second year:

  • You will be supported to develop your skills to the next level, either through qualification or targets.
  • You will have the opportunity to apply the skills you have learned in your first year into your local community; for example, travel training around your hometown.
  • If you would like to take part in supported voluntary work, you will be supported to find an appropriate placement in your local area.
  • You will also go on transition visits to wherever you will be moving on to when you have left Landmarks.

 

Q: I don’t want to come to college, can college come to me?

A: Yes, we can work with you in your home or local community to support you to become as independent as possible.

 

Q: Can I change my timetable?

A: Yes, we can be flexible to meet your needs and give you the opportunity to try different things. Some sessions are just for year one learners, and some sessions are just for year two learners, but outside of these sessions, we can change your timetable.