Course Location


Stockport College


Course Overview

Changing the future for young people our short course is focused on restorative practice using a coaching model.

The 10-week alternative programme is to support learners with low prior attainment, who have been disengaged from learning to attend college, helping to remove barriers to participation in education and re-integrate into a learning setting.

The curriculum is determined by learners needs, interests and aspirations. Many of the activities will be learner led with the development of positive behaviours for learning.

All learners will complete an initial assessment to identify an appropriate starting point.

Further Details


College 16-18

Course Start Date


Course Duration



Progression Curriculum (Stockport)

No formal entry requirement
Profile of learners:
• SEN is not the cause of low attainment; young people have the potential to achieve in the right setting.
• Low level literacy and numeracy
• Poor social skills, low confidence and lack of self esteem
• Lack of maturity
• Lack of self- regulation
• SEMH/ Anxiety
• Living in social deprived area
• Multi agency involvement

Interview with a member of the Progression Curriculum Team
Bespoke programme based around skills for life and employment.

Progress to the wider college to study Entry 3 or Level 1 programme

No formal qualification – portfolio of evidence
85%+ attendance to programme

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Stockport college at a glance
Our Open Day is your chance to explore the College and find out the range of courses we offer. Whether you're interested in post-16 qualifications or studying with us as an adult, our Open Day will help you make the right choice.

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Saturday 17th June

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