EduExcellence Skills

Senior Centre
± Ages 16 - 21

Senior Centre (± Ages 16 - 21)

Level 10 – 12

16 – 18 Years of Age (±2)

Our EduSkills Senior Centre is specifically geared towards preparing our learners for life after school. A sense of purpose and accomplishment is vital before our focus can be shifted to creating individuals who can functionally participate in, and contribute to society. We strive to build confidence in their abilities by providing experience to practice these skills in a safe environment.

The Senior Programme spans over 3 possible levels (Level 10 – 12). Progression through these levels are not based on age and/or specific annual turnovers but rather on personal pace and development.

16 – 18 Years of Age (±2)

Speech and Language Delay
Fine & Gross Motor Delay
Pronounced Developmental Delays
Intellectual Challenges
Ability for basic application of learned skills

Learners in the Senior Centre are typically between the ages of 16 and 18 / (21) years of age. We allow for a two year developmental gap when placement is considered – we place a limit of 18 years for enrolment, but will gladly accommodate learners up to the age of 21 years.

We understand that, due to a learners developmental age, a learner at the chronological age of 19 years may not be able to enter into the job market. Allowing our learners more time to build up confidence and skills will assist them when entering the job market, be it entrepreneurial, inclusive or protected job markets.

Senior Programme

TheraEd
ASDAN Practical Short Courses
ASDAN Bronze, Silver & Gold
Functional English
Functional Mathematics
Skills Development
Life & Social Skills

A progression of the previously presented ASDAN programmes in alignment with each learner’s level of development, abilities and strengths.

We take cognisance of each learners personality, interest & aptitude when selecting which short courses to present. All short courses are aligned with the ASDAN Challenges which require 5 skills for successful completion – Functional English, Mathematics, ICT, team work and group work.

ASDAN Bronze, Silver and Gold programmes are presented.

Learners are exposed to work experience as part of their weekly schedule where time will be spend assisting them with personal development.

Programme Weight

Therapy: 20%
Academic: 20%
Skills Development: 60%

Even though we will still be doing some therapy (20%), the focus will shift towards an integrated therapeutic model where life skills and work experience (60%) takes priority.

Academic aspects (20%) will continue, but the focus will turn towards an identified industry, in alignment with individual skills, personality, interests and strengths.

Level 10 – 12

16 – 18 Years of Age (±2)

Our EduSkills Senior Centre is specifically geared towards preparing our learners for life after school. A sense of purpose and accomplishment is vital before our focus can be shifted to creating individuals who can functionally participate in, and contribute to society. We strive to build confidence in their abilities by providing experience to practice these skills in a safe environment.

The Senior Programme spans over 3 possible levels (Level 10 – 12). Progression through these levels are not based on age and/or specific annual turnovers but rather on personal pace and development.

16 – 18 Years of Age (±2)

Speech and Language Delay
Fine & Gross Motor Delay
Pronounced Developmental Delays
Intellectual Challenges
Ability for basic application of learned skills

Learners in the Senior Centre are typically between the ages of 16 and 18 / (21) years of age. We allow for a two year developmental gap when placement is considered – we place a limit of 18 years for enrolment, but will gladly accommodate learners up to the age of 21 years.

We understand that, due to a learners developmental age, a learner at the chronological age of 19 years may not be able to enter into the job market. Allowing our learners more time to build up confidence and skills will assist them when entering the job market, be it entrepreneurial, inclusive or protected job markets.

Senior Programme

TheraEd
ASDAN Practical Short Courses
ASDAN Bronze, Silver & Gold
Functional English
Functional Mathematics
Skills Development
Life & Social Skills

A progression of the previously presented ASDAN programmes in alignment with each learner’s level of development, abilities and strengths.

We take cognisance of each learners personality, interest & aptitude when selecting which short courses to present. All short courses are aligned with the ASDAN Challenges which require 5 skills for successful completion – Functional English, Mathematics, ICT, team work and group work.

ASDAN Bronze, Silver and Gold programmes are presented.

Learners are exposed to work experience as part of their weekly schedule where time will be spend assisting them with personal development.

Programme Weight

Therapy: 20%
Academic: 20%
Skills Development: 60%

Even though we will still be doing some therapy (20%), the focus will shift towards an integrated therapeutic model where life skills and work experience (60%) takes priority.

Academic aspects (20%) will continue, but the focus will turn towards an identified industry, in alignment with individual skills, personality, interests and strengths.

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