WHAT WE OFFER
TRAINING & SKILLS FOR LIFE
FUEL runs courses aimed at pupils still within compulsory education in the UK. Aimed at 12 – 16 year olds, we cover a wide variety of subjects including those covered by mainstream schools including GCSE English, Mathematics, Biology, History and Citizenship, Functional Skills English, Maths, ICT.
Alongside a range of vocational courses including Mechanics, Construction, Health & Social Care, Childcare and Sport.
Our curriculum is carefully selected to ensure we cover a full and balanced range of subject areas. Our curriculum also covers:-
Personal & Social Development
Sports & Active Leisure
Home Cooking Skills
Sex and Relationships
Beliefs and Values
Safe Road Skills & Attitudes
We offer subjects and a teaching style that is engaging for our pupils and we support those with specific educational support needs to achieve their full potential.
In addition to attaining qualifications our learners also receive personal mentoring and guidance in life skills to improve self esteem, social interaction and ‘job readiness.’ Our staff has a proven track record in industry and to date we have helped three young people to achieve nominations for the ‘Youth Builder of The Year Award’.
FUEL also offer a variety of bespoke packages including 1:1 tuition and target group work, post 16 and adult short courses & mentoring. Please contact us for further information.
By studying a vocational course at FUEL, students can develop vocational knowledge, understanding and skills, work towards nationally recognised qualifications and gain a range of employability skills. Courses are available in vocational areas at Level 1 and 2 and are delivered by specialist tutors with industry experience.
MENTORING & OUTREACH
We have a team of qualified mentors who offer one to one support to our students. We also offer bespoke mentoring packages, please contact us for further details.
INFORMATION, ADVICE & GUIDANCE
We also deliver advice and guidance that supports student progression into further education and work.
YOUTH-LED DISCUSSIONS AND WORKSHOPS
We are launching a youth led forum. We want young people aged 14 - 16 to lead and develop the forum, this is a chance to have a say on issues that matter to young people.