Students at Royal College Manchester follow an individualised course based on individual needs and preference.
Entry level preparation for life and work
Students will learn new skills and build on their existing knowledge, become more independent, increase their confidence and apply these new skills in their lives after college.
Autism support course
This course caters to young people with autism spectrum conditions. Students are given opportunities to develop their communication, functional skills, confidence and independence in college and are supported to transfer this learning to their home environments and to the wider community.
This course creates effective, meaningful learning opportunities for young people to become more independent. Students develop their communication skills, gain more control over their environment, improve their mobility and learn effective and appropriate ways to express their desires.
Our supported internship course offers a wide variety of practical work experience and learning targeted at the skills students will need for work. Young people will develop their skills for work, job searching and independence as they prepare for life beyond college.