Vocational Studies is an important step for learners, allowing development of personal skills and attributes in order to develop confidence in their ability to work, learn and achieve their full potential.
Future Pathways is a course for learners with or recovering from mental health conditions. It is designed to provide you with the skills and support you need whether you are looking for work or preparing to look for work in the future.
Applicants should be ready to make a regular commitment to attend and to undertake some kind of volunteering, work experience or paid work. It is for people who want to:
If accepted onto the course you will have introductory sessions over two weeks. You, the tutor and other learners on the course will then discuss and agree the areas of study the class is interested in looking at over the following weeks. These may include:
Volunteer providers, employers, careers advisers, mental health experts and others will be invited into class to give students the opportunity to meet with them and ask any questions they may have.
The course runs on Monday and Tuesday afternoons starting on 15th September 2014, running until June. The course is held at our Southgate Campus.
You can apply by contacting:
Melissa Bushell (Course Tutor) on 020 3764 4432
David Holloway (Curriculum Manager) 020 3764 7611
You can also ask mental health services to send us a referral.