Employability & Skills Development

Helping adults overcome barriers to employment, and helping people in employment to develop further skills are two key priorities for the South-East Local Enterprise Partnership (SELEP). As an area, it has one of the lower percentages of working age population with a Level 4 qualification and above and has a high percentage of workless households.  

Designed to target specific communities with tailored programmes that address the skills of adults who are not currently in education, employment or training (NEET), these courses equip the students for the demands that local businesses may have. Through structured vocational qualifications, the students build their confidence and communication skills, as well as literacy and numeracy.

All of these courses include a practical element through community engagement and a community project.

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    Learning Resource Centre

    With over 20,000 specialist resources, both print and electronic, the Learning Resource Centre (LRC) stock covers all curriculum areas.
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    Student Support

    The high standards our support reach was recognised during our last OFSTED 'Care Standards' Inspection - once again we received a Grade 1 'outstanding'.
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    Life at Hadlow College

    When you become a student at Hadlow College, it is your chance to get involved, try new things and make new friends for life, as well as gaining qualifications and essential work skills.
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    Travelling to College

    All our campuses are nice and easy to reach with plenty of travel options for you to choose from.

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