Name of provider
Truro and Penwith College – Truro Campus
Name of course
Access to Inclusive Learning
Who is this course intended for?
Access Inclusive Learning is designed to meet the needs of students who have moderate or severe learning difficulties who wish to continue their education.
Site/s where available
Key contact for questions about course
Programme Team Leader, Foundation Studies:
Deputy Team Leders, Foundation Studies:
Steve Kenward and Lucy Sheen
Duration of course
Age range if applicable
Post 16 Learners
Key course content and outcomes
- Focuses on the individual student
- Target setting is person centred
- Review procedures and transition are individually monitored
- At the end of the first year a Progression Pathway for each student is determined
- Core studies in English, Maths, ICT
- Options choices may include Sport and Outdoor Education, Independent Living Skills, Humanities, Creative Skills, Performing Arts, Employability and Enterprise
- Personal and Social Development (PSD)
No formal requirements – offer by interview and transition meetings to evaluate individual need
Functional Skills English and Maths – all levels as appropriate
Duke of Edinburgh’s Scheme
PSD Skills for independence
Work and Vocational related qualifications (Internship candidates)
Further education courses
The Supported Internship Programme – two day a week teaching programme that takes place in local businesses and organisations
Additional charges for families
e.g. swimming, pocket money for shopping
Entry to public venues if applicable
Swimming/riding or visit fees
Optional expenses for families
e.g. non-essential trips
Timing across the week
Minimum 540-620 funded guided learning hours across three or more days per week.
Additional time subject to confirmation of discretionary funding.
The focus is to develop communication skills / social skills, all aspects of self-care and making choices.
For all students our aim is to promote lifelong learning and to help them reach their potential as valued members of society.