Providing up to a five-day provision for learners, our Pathways programme is designed for young people who would benefit from learning within a supported environment.
Students on the programme receive help to develop their independent living skills to prepare for adulthood alongside gaining Functional Skills in English and Maths.
All programmes are taught within small classes that focus on Personal and Social Development. With a wide variety of work experience modules to choose from, students are able to experience a variety of subjects to help them make informed decisions about future progression.
Work experience modules include:
"Seevic is a great College. Everyone I meet is really nice - you've got to come!" Daniel Revell, Pathways
- Animal Care
- Art & Design
- Art & Creative Digital Photography
- Customer Service/Offer Practice
- Enterprise & Business
- Health & Beauty
- Health & Social Care
- Horticulture (Gardening)
- Hospitality, including cooking
- Leisure & Entertainment
- Media & Games Development
- Performing Arts
- Travel & Tourism
- Voluntary Work/Work Experience.
For young people looking to continue their study after taking Pathways, there are a number of options. Students may be able to progress on to a mainstream course or move towards employment with our Supported Internship programme.
Our experienced Tutors will ensure each student’s pathway is clear, achievable and right for them - now and in the future. Students have the opportunity to remain in supported learning at Seevic College up to the age of 25.
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