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Essex House No 15
Southend on Sea
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Catch 22's Study Programme Southend works with young people aged 14 (if 14-15 will need proof that they are home educated) to 18 (over 18s with High Needs Funding), who are NEET (not in education , employment or training).
Students attend our college located in central Southend 2 days per week and recieve individually tailored support in smaller group settings, delivered by a highly skilled and dedicated teaching and pastoral support team.
Students can work towards qualifications in English and Maths from Entry Level to Level 2 as well as a wide range of other qualifications including Customer Service, Cooking Skills, Enterprise Skills, Health and Nutrition and Wellbeing.
We also aim to source and support all young people into a work placement in a vocational area of their choice and at the end of their programme our goal is to progress them on to either employment, apprenticeships or further education.
Learners may be entitled to bursery and we also offer free counselling.
For more information or to visit us please use the contact details below.
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm
- Time of day
- Referral required
- Referral Details
Referrals can be made by email or over the phone to the contact details listed.
Self referrals are welcome.
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