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Entry 3 Qualification in Employability, Independence & Progression

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    Full time
    1 Year
    City & Guilds of London Institute
  • Free tuition for students under 19 on 31 August prior to start date
  • Advanced Learner Loans available to students aged 19 or over
By studying this foundation learning course at West Kent College, you will develop your independence and work-related skills in a vocational environment. This will enable you to study subjects you enjoy whilst gaining a practical understanding of the vocational options.

Through practical experience within the College you will gain an in-depth understanding of the skills needed to develop independence and confidence. Your course will be linked with the outcomes in your Education, Health and Care Plan. Supported work-related learning or placements will enhance your employability skills development including English, mathematics and ICT.

Successful students can progress within the Foundation Learning programme to the next level. Alternatively, they can explore employment or supported employment opportunities within the industry.


Applicants should demonstrate an interest in the curriculum area and have achieved Entry Level 2 mathematics and English.

As part of the study programme you will be offered a meeting to discuss the support and intervention you may require to successfully access your course.