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Our learners all have their own journey. At Inclusion we support each individual in their own transition to further education or training after year 11, depending on their support needs, achievements and aspirations.
Local Colleges will be able to discuss how they will support individual learners.
Local Authorities will normally expect learners to attend their nearest most appropriate college if they require support for travel.
Basingstoke College of Technology – https://www.bcot.ac.uk/courses/full-time-courses-and-apprenticeships/
Offer a wide range of courses – many of our learners may go on to do one of their Foundation Courses, or a more vocational pathway.
BCOT also have Bordon Future Skills Centre that specialises in construction courses – https://www.bcot.ac.uk/bordonfsc
Queen Mary’s College – Basingstoke
QMC offers Foundation Courses that can be accessed by our learners, as well as more academic programmes.
Some other colleges that learners may wish to consider, depending on interests and where you live
Sparsholt – https://www.sparsholt.ac.uk/level-of-study/full-time/
Merristwood – https://merristwood.activatelearning.ac.uk/courses/
Newbury College – https://newbury-college.ac.uk/
Farnborough College – https://www.farn-ct.ac.uk/courses/
Alton College – https://www.hsdc.ac.uk/study-with-us/alton-campus/
Reading College – https://reading.activatelearning.ac.uk/
As well as mainstream colleges there are a small number of learners who may need independent specialist provision. If you are considering this it is important you make this clear to the Local Authority as soon as possible. Examples of this provision are
Some local special schools have post 16 provision – so it may also be suitable to explore these – www.dovehouse
Places are likely to be very limited.
Funding will need to be discussed with the Local Authority
Military Preparation College
SCL – sport/business