We want our learners to achieve independence and the skills they need for the career they aspire to have. That is why our courses are designed with employability in mind, teaching life skills in the context of the working environment.
Why choose Totton College for Pathways?
The Pathways department offer a progression of courses from Entry Level 3 to Level 2. The focus of these courses is to give learners valuable work and life skills; learners will develop areas such as communication and social skills, household skills such as food preparation and money management, as well as transferable skills for employment or further education in a vocational programme. Alongside this programme, learners typically study English and maths. The aim is for learners to progress on to paid employment, a Supported Internship, an apprenticeship, or a vocational course within further education. All learners will work with the college staff team to gain valuable work experience in an environment that is suitable for their individual needs.
Pathways to Engagement (Entry 3)
This programme is aimed at learners who require a more bespoke programme of study, where they can be supported to develop general life skills to help them progress on to the next step of their journey.
Pathways to Education (Level 1)
This programme is aimed at learners want to develop their study skills and further expand their life skills to prepare them for adult life.
Pathways to Employment (Level 2)
This programme focusses on the learners employment journey. They will work with staff to explore and investigate future career options, whilst developing the skills they need to be work ready.
This programme is aimed at learners who are ready to seek paid employment. They will work alongside the college Job Coach to be supported in the workplace to develop specific job skills with the aim of paid employment at the end of the programme. This is the last year at college for these learners.
What can I do next?
With your qualification, you can take a related course at a higher level or apply for a work placement in a related work area.
Discover more about our pathways courses
Learn more about our pathway courses by clicking the links below:
Click here for Pathways to Employment.
Click here for Pathways to Engagement.
Click here for Supported Internship.