Foundation Learning at North Warwickshire & Hinckley College

Welcome to Foundation Learning at North Warwickshire & Hinckley College.

Foundation Learning at North Warwickshire & Hinckley College, has been designed to support students with special educational needs and/or disabilities, helping them to succeed in a friendly and welcoming environment.

We offer personalised study programmes and support plans for students aged 16-24 years, helping them to develop a range of important  social, academic and vocational skills, encouraging independent living and employability.

We pride ourselves in the support and encouragement provided to all of our students, helping them to grow in confidence and express their personality.

Why chose us?

  • Tailored Study Programmes to meet the needs of each student
  • A long track record of working with students with special educational needs and/or disabilities
  • We help develop independent living and employability skills
  • Support and encouragement for all students to grow in confidence and express their personality
  • Dedicated support for dyslexia, literacy and numeracy
  • Successful partnerships with local schools, special schools, social services and careers guidance services

Our Courses

We have robust progression paths available, ensuring students are clear on their options for their next steps. Students learn in a friendly environment and are taught in small group sizes to ensure individuals are fully supported.

Diploma in Personal Progress – Entry Level 1

Foundation Route to Independent Living & Work – Entry Levels 2 

Foundation Route to Independent Living & Work- Entry Level 3

FE Choices – Entry Level 3 and Level 1

FE Choices

FE choices is a unique Study Programme for students who are working at Level 1 and are unsure of the direction they wish to take. Delivered in encouraging taster sessions, students can pick and explore six subject areas based around their personal interests.

Successful completion of the FE Choice programme allows students to progress onto a full-time subject area at Level 1 or Level 2, an Apprenticeship, employment or voluntary work, or a Supported Internship.

Work Experience

Work experience is an important part of the Foundation Learning Study Programme. It helps to build students’ confidence in a workplace setting, develop new skills and helps them identify possible next steps after studying with us.

  • Costa Coffee
  • National Autistic Society
  • Tesco
  • New Look
  • Red Cross
  • Bedworth Library
  • Mid-Fit Tyres
  • Charity Organisations

Download our Foundation Learning guide 





We are always available to talk, so please contact us if you would like to discuss any support needs or would like to find out more information:

Call 024 7624 3000 
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