Hampshire Learning

Family Programmes

Family programmes aim to encourage family members to learn together. They include opportunities for intergenerational learning and lead both adults and children to pursue further learning. Family Programmes fall into two sections: Family Learning and Family Literacy, Language and Numeracy.

Accredited programmes are listed in this section. Each programme has a brief description of its content; the level of the course; the number of units; and the requirements for a full certificate. The guided learning hours (glh) indicate the average length of time for delivery of the course.

Family Learning (Level 1)

10glh per programme
Learning in the Family is suite of Programmes which may be delivered individually or in combinations to meet the needs of learners. The suite of programmes has been developed to engage parents in learning within a broad range of subject areas.

Each programme contains one mandatory unit at level 1.

One mandatory unit is required for a full certificate.

Mandatory units

Parents into Employment (Level 1)

This new programme will provide parents with practical advice and support to consider options around employment, voluntary work, further education or self employment. The programme will explore the issues parents face when considering employment or training and develop their confidence to identify career and training options that match their own skills. This course is available at level one and contains one unit.

One mandatory unit is required for a full certificate.

 

Functional Skills

Functional skills were developed in response to employability needs set out in the Government’s 14-19 Education and Skills White Paper. They offer learners the chance to gain useful, transferable skills.

We accredit our Functional Skills qualifications through NCFE offering the following English, Maths and ICT qualifications at Entry 1, Entry 2, Entry  3, Level 1 and Level 2.