Name of provider

Cornwall College

Name of course

Entry Level 3 – Skills Pathway

Who is this course intended for?

Learners working at Entry 2 / Entry 3

Site/s where available

Camborne, St Austell, Duchy Stoke, Bicton

Key contact for questions about course

Ruth Dixcee – 01209 616624 (Camborne)

Roxy Kilmurray – 01726 2267633 (St Austell)

Matt White – 01579 372282 (Duchy Stoke)

Kay Simpson – 01395 562446 (Bicton)

Duration of course

1 year with a possible progression to Pathfinder Entry 3

Age range if applicable


19-24 with EHCP


Key course content and outcomes
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  • During the course you will develop skills, knowledge and behaviours for successful learning. You will also gain an insight to different vocational options that will support successful career planning and progression to further study or work.
  • Vocational areas vary across the campuses, but could include; media, horticulture, motor vehicles, sport animal care, equine, forest school/outdoor learning, hair and beauty, construction and catering.

Entry requirements

Working towards or at Entry Level 2 within English and Maths and have an interest in developing independence.

Available qualifications


  • EDEXCEL – Vocational Studies Entry 3 (Camborne, St Austell)
  • CITY & GUILDS – Skills for Working Life Entry Level 3
  • CITY & GUILDS – Functional Skills Entry Level English
  • CITY & GUILDS – Functional Skills Entry Level Maths
  • GCSE English and Maths, if appropriate

Likely progression

  • Development of employability / transferrable skills (Entry Level)
  • Development of Independence
  • Development of vocational related skills
  • Progression onto further year within the same programme
  • Progression to higher level skills course (Level 1 Vocation Pathway)
  • Progression to work related skills (Works Pathway)

Additional charges for families
e.g. swimming, pocket money for shopping

Catering Option – weekly contribution

Residential (Camborne site only)

Any personal protective equipment

Optional expenses for families
e.g. non-essential trips

Residential – run at the beginning and end to encourage team building and group binding (Camborne site only)

Various educational trips

Timing across the week

3 days, 9am – 4pm each day

Days vary according to site

Other information

Learners will gain additional skills and experience by accessing the opportunity to participate in campus based work related activities, such as working in The Hub College Shop/Coffee Shop.

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