After spending many years in Special Needs Education and seeing the frustration of both the students and their parents once they leave school, Unity College has decided to open a Vocational Training Centre. The Centre for Life and Vocational Skills aims to equip adult special needs students with vocational training.
The biggest obstacles faced by special needs students after completion of their school careers are:
- No career-specific vocational training
- Limited employment opportunities
- Society’s general lack of understanding of their special requirements
- Limited training or study facilities for special needs students
These obstacles are the main points that the Centre for Life and Vocational Skills aim to address through vocation-specific training, as well as the education and guidance of potential employers, to promote the successful employment of our students.
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