Skills for Life Entry Level 2



Step Up courses help you to become more independent and confident with other people. You can choose topics like gardening, cooking, art and sport. You will go on trips and take part in fundraising activities and improve your maths, reading, writing and ICT skills.

More about this course

Featured Modules

Exploring Art -  Explore your creative side.  

Working as a Team - Working as a team to put on a music production.

IT Skills - Learning new skills to research the internet and make presentations.

Cookery Skills - You will learn how to cook different types of exciting dishes. 

Entry requirements

For the Entry Level 2 & 3 programmes, you do not need any qualifications. For the Level 1 programmes, you need 2 GCSEs at grade 2 in either
English or maths.

You will be invited to an introductory ‘taster’ session before the course starts, to see if it is the right fit for you. We will do an assessment to find out which course level is right for you Before you start, you will meet other students and your tutors at College to help you settle in.

Progression Information

After you have finished this course, you may progress on to other Foundation Learning programmes or in to employment.

Enrolment Type
This Course Meets The Needs Of The Region By
The goal of the course is to combine employability, personal and social, and learning skills, as appropriate, to create a highly personalised package to meet the individual needs of our students, whether their primary focus is on employment, independent living or preparation for adulthood.
Trips And Visits
The students become involved in looking after our community by taking part in litter picking around Saltaire. We take part in exciting visits to theatres to inspire our own productions. The John Muir Award gives students the opportunity to particapate in outdoor activities and volunteering. We also have a range of activities planned throughout the year.
Is There Anything Else I Need To Know
Throughout the course, learners have the opportunity to take part in cooking sessions and experience different foods from different religions. They will take part in different excercise sessions to improve thier coordination skills and confidence. The learners will also have the opportunity to take part in different performing arts and music productions.
Former Students
One of our students who communicates using BSL was inspired by his theatre visit so much that he had to be Macduff in the College production of Macbeth.
A Favourite Moment Of Last Year Was
Taking the students to watch Macbeth at the Leeds Playhouse.


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