Name of provider

Cornwall College

Name of course

The Forest School

Who is this course intended for?

Learners working at Entry Level 3 / Level 1

Learners who have not been in education or who are at risk of becoming NEET

Learners who require a more supported step into FE Learners who are focused on progression to a Level 2 programme

Site/s where available

Stoke Climsland

Key contact for questions about course

Matt White – 01579 372282 (Stoke Climsland)

Duration of course

1 Year

Age range if applicable


19-24 with EHCP


Key course content and outcomes
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  • Social Skills and interaction
  • Functional Skills/GCSE English
  • Functional Skills/GCSE Maths
  • Confidence and resilience building
  • Practical Vocational Work Skills
  • Employability Skills

Entry requirements

Learners will be working at Entry 3 / Level 1 within the areas of English & maths and have an interest in vocational related subjects

Available qualifications


  • CITY & GUILDS – Level 1 Employability
  • CITY & GUILDS – Functional Skills English
  • CITY & GUILDS – Functional Skills Maths
  • GCSE English & maths (if the learner has the appropriate previous grades)

Likely progression

  • Progression to higher level of vocational skills course
  • Progression to higher specialist vocational skills course
  • Development of English & maths
  • Development of Employability Skills
  • Development of Personal Life Skills

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

Personal Protective Equipment

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

As above

Timing across the week

3 days, 9am – 4.30pm each day

(Days vary across each site)

Other information

Learners will gain additional skills and experience by participating in group activities and vocational related activities that incorporate employability skills, transferrable skills and life skills, to prepare them for transition into further education or employability related activity.

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