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About Our Courses

You can choose from our one-day, Pathway course or opt for the greater depth and subject matter of our Pathway Plus programmes. Both courses are aimed at improving a wide range of interpersonal skills to help students, from 11-18 years, realise their full potential. All our courses have opportunities to link with the national curriculum or key and wider skills.

By the end of each course, students will have the ability to talk about every element and relate it to their own stage of development. The techniques will benefit students in the wider world and provide great preparation for both university and the world of work. The programmes cover both individual, team and community responsibilities, with emphasis on maximizing their own potential through the use of simple core, transferable skills.

Course Content:

All our courses are run by skilled and experienced facilitators and comprise of a number of practical tasks, exercises and interactive discussions interspersed with short presentations focusing on key themes such as:

  • Effective communication skills
  • Effective planning skills
  • Team working
  • Leading teams (key stage 4 and post-16 only)
  • Time management

Students will have many opportunities to put theory into practice through a series of fun and highly participative indoor and outdoor exercises involving:

  • Talking and listening through discussion groups
  • Learning new skills
  • Solving difficult problems
  • Exploring cross curricular themes
  • Giving presentations (usually post-16 only)

All participating students receive certification at the end of the programme, which can be included in their personal records of achievement.

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