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Brogdale CIC

Brogdale CIC is a Community Interest Company that specialises in providing exciting, fun, educational activities and work experience for disabled young people.  The organisation has six college sites across Ashford, Faversham Iwade, Sittingbourne and (newly) the Isle of Sheppey. We have a range of clubs for fun social…
Telephone:
07812416344
E-mail:
info@brogdalecic.co.uk
Website:
http:\\brogdalecic.co.uk
Age Range:
11-18, 19-25
Disablities:
Learning difficulty, Physical disability, Hearing impaired, Language difficulty, Behavioural, emotional and social development, Severe learning difficulty, Visually impaired, Communication and interaction, Autism, Physical sensory/medical, Profound, severe or complex, Behaviour and learning

Burning 2 Learn

Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm
Burning2Learn: Motivating tomorrow's adults today by developing the talent within Burning 2 Learn offers young people experiences that develop confidence, build self-esteem and motivates them to take an active role in determining their own futures. Burning 2 Learn also encourages their students to think deeper, to ask more questions…
Telephone:
01322 660032
E-mail:
schools@burning2learn.co.uk
Website:
https://www.burning2learn.co.uk/

Canterbury College (Canterbury Campus) - Exploring Opportunities – Entry level 3/Level 1

OverviewThe course is for learners aged 16-19 who need to be engaged over the summer term.What will I learn?• Digital Skills (online course with a classroom, project), • Personal Development • Preparing for Employment (producing a professional CV and learning interview skills)Improving English with level…
Telephone:
01227 811345

Canterbury College (Swale Campus) - Construction Programme

January 2016
Name of programme: Construction Learners will learn multi trades: carpentry, brick laying, and painting and decorating. There will also be the opportunity to develop numeracy and literacy need for the workplace and employability skills to help find work.Successful completion of the course could lead to…
Telephone:
01795 581581

Canterbury College (Swale Campus) - Fast Track Course (Levels 1, 2 & 3)

Name of programme: Fast Track Course Locations: Swale Campus, Sheerness Description:The Fast Track course is an opportunity for young people who may want to switch direction or who missed the September start.Learners can join either Business Studies or Uniformed Public Services courses, but they will have…
Telephone:
01795 581581

Canterbury College (Swale Campus) - Fresh Start Programme

October & January
Name of programme: Fresh Start Locations: The Quays, Sittingbourne Description: This is aimed at young people who are not yet ready for mainstream college provision or employment. The course focuses on developing employability, digital, creative and ITC skills.Support for travel expenses can be applied for.…
Telephone:
01795 581581

Canterbury College - Pathway to Employment and Training

April 2016
Overview The course is for learners aged 16-19 who need to be engaged over the summer term. What will I learn? • Digital Skills (online course with a classroom, project), • Personal Development • Preparing for Employment (producing a professional CV and learning interview skills)…
Telephone:
01227 811345/01227 811188

Catch 22

Catch 22 supports care leavers with the transition from the care system to adulthood and independent living, including accessing suitable and secure accommodation. Kent 16+ operates a supported lodging scheme for young people whereby they can live within a family-type environment whilst acquiring the independent living…
E-mail:
https://www.catch-22.org.uk/contact/
Website:
https://www.catch-22.org.uk/

Charlton Athletic Community Trust (Thanet)

Termly Starts
Name of programme: Charlton Athletic Community Trust Description: Gain a BTEC sports qualification through Charlton Athletic Community Trust's NEW study programme.The study programme, open to 16-18 year olds, is a full time course covering the following three fields, which aim to enhance your opportunity of…
Telephone:
0208 8502866
E-mail:
info@cact.org.uk
Website:
https://cact.org.uk/
Age Range:
Ages 16-18

Choice Support - Ken Boyce Centre

Sidcup, Kent About the Ken Boyce Centre The Ken Boyce Centre is a day centre for adults with learning disabilities. It provides opportunities for community engagement and activities which include: • Sports and leisure, including swimming and golf• A transition into employment group• Access to hydrotherapy…
Telephone:
0800 0282 815
E-mail:
contactus@choicesupport.org.uk
Website:
https://www.choicesupport.org.uk
Disablities:
Learning difficulty, Autism, Profound, severe or complex

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