We have a range of entry level courses designed to develop students skills and prepare them for further study.
Inclusive Learning & SEN
Take your aspirations higher
Are you looking for a stepping-stone to improve your life and employability skills? Our Inclusive Learning department focuses on meeting the needs of students with a range of additional and special educational needs, including students with learning difficulties. These courses are designed to help you prepare for adulthood and develop your independence, community participation and employability skills.
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Why study with us?
Our Additional Learning Support Team are on hand to support students with a range of special educational needs and we offer dyslexia and dyscalculia specialist support tutors.
Daily drop-in sessions are offered to students who need a little extra support in the Learning Hub.
A vast majority of our students progress onto appropriate vocational programmes after completing their courses. We also offer special exam arrangements for students with additional needs.
We offer a range of assistive technology and software on resources to enable access and inclusion. Students also have the opportunity to develop their communication skills through a range of community projects.
A range of enrichment activities are organised for students in order to develop their confidence.
Inclusive Learning & SEN success stories
The LRC has a supportive environment which has really helped me when completing my coursework.
I’ve really enjoyed making friends with other students on the programme.
My favourite part of the course is cooking as we get to make all sorts of delicious food.
I’m on placement at Teesside Hospice and I love it!
I’ve really enjoyed working at CVFM Radio, the programme has been a brilliant way to build my skills and to get work experience.
Employers we work with
- Cleveland Police
- Middlesbrough College Disability Sport
- Dressers Tea Room
- Wildlife Trust