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Our Mainstream Programme is provides vocational programme at college for the upper school, pupils have the opportunity to access certificated vocational training awards as an additional choice in the curriculum.
The pupils are given the opportunity to experience the way in which work differs from school where they will be working towards recognised and accredited qualifications such as Skills for Work Intermediate 1 or 2 and Scottish Progression Awards as well as higher. These courses help to support the pupils to progress to a positive post school option.
Options currently available
- Skills for Work Construction Crafts - Experience of 7 trades within the construction industry.
- Skills for Work Early Education and Childcare - Gain an insight to all aspects of working within childcare.
- Skills for Work Engineering - This option allows candidates to have an introduction to the engineering industry.
- Skills for Work Hairdressing - Gain an insight to working within a hair salon.
- Skills for Work Sport and Recreation - Experience an overview of working within the sport and recreation industry.
- Skills for Work Uniformed and Emergency Services - Experience an introduction all aspects of the uniformed and emergency services.
- Hospitality - Experience an introduction to the hospitality industry.
- Legal Studies National progression Award - This NPA is a package of introductory lessons that covers a wide area and includes the rights and privileges of the citizen.
- Higher Psychology - Pupils will study Psychology, Social Science and Criminology and will develop their knowledge and understanding of individual differences, developmental, cognitive, biological and social psychology.