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Teaching students the skills they need to gain qualifications that are recognised by employers is obviously important - but this is only part of National Learning Network's work.
The organisation sets itself apart from other training bodies by addressing all factors that will affect a learner's prospects of obtaining and retaining a job in their chosen field.
We have developed a unique system of training delivery, which enables students to reach their potential in a manner which takes account of personal, social and environmental requirements.
All our courses contain community integration initiatives. These include work experience and participation in local leisure, cultural and community activities and events. In addition, all learners are provided with training in computers and health and safety.
All courses are designed to meet individual needs so that each student can achieve their vocational goals at their own pace.
A comprehensive range of additional supports is also available such as career planning, personal and social skills, literacy and numeracy. Assistive Technology is also provided as required.
Training is provided by National Learning Network's multi-disciplinary team of some 575 teachers, trainers, programme development officers, psychologists, counsellors and employment support staff.