Catch22 provides young people aged 4 to 18 with alternative education in order for them to progress and succeed in sustained education or employment. We do this through high quality teaching and learning based on effective relationships that enable the achievement of life skills and meaningful qualifications.
The Catch22 Study Programme has been designed for learners aged 16 to 19-years-old and can be tailored to each learner’s individual needs, education and employment goals. We support a significant number of learners with learning difficulties and disabilities.
The key elements of the Study Programme are:
- Functional literacy and numeracy skills
We support learners to reach functional skills at Level 2 in both numeracy and literacy by the time they finish their learning programme.
- Work experience
We aim to support all learners into external work placements. This enables the development of good employment skills and with support provides an environment which enables learners to build their confidence and understanding of the world of work.
- Vocational qualifications
Local delivery teams carry out a detailed market analysis to ensure that our vocational programmes that they offer meet the needs of the local economy.
Catch22’s Study Programme is accredited with the national matrix quality standard – an outcome-based accreditation promoted by the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills for organisations that offer high quality advice and guidance services.
Catch22’s Skills Centre in Maidstone, Kent is used by schools, training providers and the public for vocational education and community participation. The centre runs programmes and facilities that aim to help people develop skills for life while providing a valuable local resource.
We also offer a range of bespoke programmes which include behaviour, attendance and attainment support.
Contact us if you have an enquiry about Catch22’s education services and a member of the team will get back to you as soon as possible.