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INSPIRE (INTRODUCTION TO NEW SKILLS IN PREPARATION FOR INDEPENDENCE AND EDUCATION)

The Inspire programme of study has the intent to prepare students in becoming successful in their future aspirations. The course will implement a range of topics which will engage and encourage students to embrace their learning and development.
HCFE course 5873

CHOICES (CHOOSING HCFE OPTIONS FOR INDEPENDENCE, CAREERS, EDUCATION AND SUPPORT)

Hartlepool College of Further Education is providing an exciting new programme of study which includes students having a choice of academic opportunities to suit their individual needs. The intent of the CHOICES programme is to support students who may have difficulties in managing their emotions and behaviour (BESD) and may have found their previous educational setting a challenge.

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Whatever course you choose, you'll get the highest level of training from specialist tutors, benefiting from their knowledge and experience of working not just in education but also in industry.

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