Due to the ongoing pandemic we are not allowed to hold classes at the Macbeth centre but have developed @Home programmes so learners can continue to access their favourite classes, such as AMICI Dance and Music, and stay in touch with our staff and other students. Please click here to see our Macbeth@Home flier for more information.
This program consists of a wide selection of courses to cater for the diverse needs of learners with learning difficulties and disabilities in the borough.
•Preparation for work
Preparation for work
These courses consist of the Retail and Administration project and the Hospitality and Catering project and are ideal for people who have a realistic expectation of moving into paid work and would like to gain some experience of employment. It is strongly suggested that learners have gained experience through Personal Development or similar courses before enrolling. Learners will hopefully progress into work, further work based programmes or advanced courses.
These courses are ideal for people who are able to commit to a long term learning programme and happy to work independently. Learners will complete their own accreditation portfolios and work towards a number of personal and class goals.
The All Welcome level courses are an ideal starting point for learners who are new to college, have severe learning difficulties or disabilities, struggle with long periods of commitment or have taken a long break from education. The courses require an interview, run for 10 weeks and give learners the chance to experience and integrate themselves into adult education. All Welcome courses focus on developing personal and social skills to enhance learning and life.
Inclusive courses focus on developing personal and social skills to enhance learning and life.
All Special Educational Needs courses require an interview before enrolling.
For a full programme of courses available, you can download our prospectus or ask in reception for a copy.