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Supported Vocational Programmes
Supported Vocational Programmes are for pupils attending Glasgow’s Additional Support for Learning schools, Complex Learning Needs schools and some Communication Disorder Units within mainstream schools. Young People work towards a vocational qualification appropriate to their academic level.
We offer School Vocational Programmes to give S3 and S4 pupils the opportunity to experience vocational training within a location they are comfortable with. College lecturers go out to schools and deliver tasters in hairdressing, beauty, construction, hospitality and IT skills. The hope is that the young person will progress onto one of the SVP programmes the following year.
We also offer college courses to S5 and S6 ASL pupils and the Options available are;
- Skills for Work Construction Crafts - This option allows candidates to gain an insight into working on an indoor site within a college environment.
- Skills for Work Construction Intermediate 1 - Experience six different trades within the construction industry.
- Skills for Work Hairdressing Year 1 - Gain the knowledge and skills required to work within a Hairdressing Salon.
- Hospitality Access 3 - Gain practical skills in cookery and baking and simple cafe style food service.
- Personal Preparation in Daily Life Access 3 - Gain the skills and knowledge related to personal presentation including nail, hair, face and body care.
- Practical Cookery - Develop the practical skills and understanding appropriate to food preparation and cooking.
Enhanced Vocational Inclusion Programme (EVIP)
EVIP offers young people who are disengaged from mainstream education the opportunity to study vocational qualifications at college. The programme runs over both S3 and S4.
S3 pupils have the opportunity to study hospitality at college 2 days each week and attend school or an alternative placement on the remaining 3 days of the week. Pupils work towards individual SQA units while developing their communication, teamwork and listening skills.
S4 pupils can study Early Education and Childcare or Hospitality at college four days a week and work towards SQA and Group Awards.