Achieve for 16-19 year olds at Brighton MET
Study Achieve courses at Brighton MET
If you need to improve your study skills and employability to enable you to progress, courses are the ideal stepping stone to build your confidence in a supported environment.
Being on an Achieve course, you’ll receive excellent individual support from experienced tutors and teaching assistants. Working in small classes, you’ll notice that your confidence and self-esteem will grow. Achieve courses will also help boost your social skills and enable you to develop your ability to work successfully in a team.
With the support of your tutors, you’ll develop skills to help you manage your learning and be given the opportunity to develop skills in English and maths, making you ready to study on the next level of your course.
Why choose Brighton MET?
At Brighton MET we offer a variety of full-time courses for 16-19 year olds across two campuses. We teach technical and professional skills and provide
practical industry-focused experience. This is a great way to study
and equips you with the key skills needed to progress into employment or
to go on to study at University.
BrightonAchieve (Prince's Trust) | Plus English and maths
Our Inclusion Achieve courses cater for 16-25 year olds with no GCSEs and some support needs.
BrightonInclusion | Independent Living | Entry Level 2
This Gateway SEND course caters for 16-25 year olds with mild/moderate learning difficulties, behavioural or social needs. These courses are also suitable for people with mental health concerns.
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