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16-25yrs

Education:

In addition to your local school and sixth form, there are a variety of great opportunities for young people at your local college. Here are some links to websites and specific pages, as well as contact names and telephone numbers:

Elstree University Technical College: Studio Way, Borehamwood, Hertfordshire,WD6 1WD.

Telephone:020 8386 6220 

Email contact : https://www.elstreeutc.co.uk/contact-1

Key Stage 5 (Post 16):https://www.elstreeutc.co.uk/prospectuskeystage5

 

SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disability): https://www.elstreeutc.co.uk/special-educational-needs-and-disabilities

 

Oaklands college: 

St Albans Campus, Hatfield Road, St Albans, Hertfordshire AL4 0JA  (Sat Nav: AL4 0XS)

Welwyn Garden City Campus, The Campus, Welwyn Garden City AL8 6AH.

Telephone:  01727 737500(both sites)

Website address:https://www.oaklands.ac.uk/

Email Contact: info@oaklands.ac.uk

SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disability) 

At Oaklands College, in addition to a wide variety of courses, they also offer support with LIFE (Learning for Independence and Future Employment) SEN and SEMH. Kerry Lowe is Head of L.I.F.E programme at Oaklands College.

Springfield Courses are for young adults from 16-22 who have either a profound and complex or severe learning difficulty or disability and who may require additional medical support in order to access the curriculum. This also includes young people whose needs may fall within the autistic spectrum and who may have associated communication difficulties and require behavioural support:

 

https://www.oaklands.ac.uk/school-leavers/sen/springfield

Supportive Learning: This programme is for students aged 16-22 on entry, who have a learning difficulty/disability, including those whose needs fall within the autistic spectrum range of conditions. There are no formal entry requirements.

https://www.oaklands.ac.uk/school-leavers/sen/supportive-learning

Telephone:01727 7370

Employability Skills:https://www.oaklands.ac.uk/school-leavers/sen/employability-skills

 

Supportive Internship: The supported internship programme is for students with learning difficulties and disabilities. Internships are unpaid work and last for a minimum of six months. The on-the-job training will support you to move into paid employment at the end of the programme. You will be at work for up to 16 hours a week and at college for 1 day a week.

https://www.oaklands.ac.uk/school-leavers/sen/supported-internship

 

North Hertfordshire College

West Herts College.