Skills for Living and Work is part of our Employability Pathway and provides a good introduction to the world of work. Students can tailor make their course to include areas of interest that they may wish to progress into at a later date. These may include drama, art, construction, ICT, sport and hair & beauty. Learners will also continue to study English and maths. All students are given the opportunity to take part in internal and external placements in an area of their choice. When you apply to the College our expert team will discuss the different pathways with you and conduct a starting point diagnostic assessment so you can be enrolled on the right level and course for you. You may be able to start on the Employability Pathway or you may be advised to begin with the Living Independently Pathway. Whatever your starting point we will help you to find the right course for you. On successful completion of Skills for Living and Work you may be able to progress further on the Employability Pathway and move on to Level 1 Employability and Development Skills.