Adult Life Skills

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    Part Time

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    45 Weeks

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The Adult Life Skills course will suit young adults who have completed their education and wish to maintain their skills; young people still in education who require additional day activities; and young adults that want to make friends and take part in social activities.

The course is designed to:

  • Support young adults to progress with their independent living skills
  • Support young adults to maintain skills acquired during their previous learning
  • Support young adults to maintain/progress their functional English and Maths
  • Provide an opportunity to make friends and socialize with others

What will I do?

During the Adult Life Skills course you can take part in:

Accessing the Community.
Take part in leisure activities - Community projects - Shopping for yourselves - Travel and safety - Personal safety - Planning own activities.

Independent Living Skills.
Basic cooking - Personal finances - Citizenship - Rights and responsibilities - Personal care - Gardening - Healthy living.

Meeting friends - Social activities - Art and craft - Planning trips and visits.

The course will have experienced staff to support all activities throughout the day and will be based at the Ingelow Centre where you will have access to all equipment required to carry out your planned activities. The Ingelow Centre is a small, discrete building that offers a range of courses to school leavers and young people with a wide range of learning difficulties. You will access the community facilities within the surrounding area. You will be able to take breaks in between sessions and purchase lunch within the centre's I-café. You will be able to access the main college and use facilities and take part in planned events.

The majority of groups will be approximately 8 - 10 young adults.

There are no formal entry qualifications for the Adult Life Skills course, although you will be interviewed to ensure that the course meets your individual needs.

The Adult Life Skills course can be accessed up to three days a week for a maximum of 45 weeks with additional holiday activities provided. You will attend Boston Colleges Ingelow Centre in Boston for seven hours a day from 9:00am - 4:00pm.

The Adult Life Skills course will cost £43 a day, if additional support is needed this will be assessed according to need and will be charged as an extra.

Please note that all fees are subject to change.

There is no formal assessment on the adult life skills course

This Adult Life Skills course will support young people toward supported/independent living.

Additional costs will be incurred when young people access community leisure facilities, purchase their own lunches and refreshments, go shopping, take part in basic cooking and go on trips and visits. Parents/carers will be informed of these costs in advanced.

How to Apply.

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If you live outside of the UK and would like to apply for this course, please complete the International Enquiry Form.

You can download our course guide