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What is a Supported Internship?
- Structured, work-based study programme for 16 to 24-year-olds who have an education, health and care (EHC) plan.
- The core aim of a supported internship study programme is a substantial work placement, facilitated by the support of an expert job coach.
- Supported interns are in full-time education and their supported internship work placements are part of their course.
- Supported interns spend most of their learning time - typically around 70% - in the workplace.
Who can do a Supported Internship?
16 – 24 year olds who
- have an EHCP and
- want to find a job
There are no qualification requirements.
To take part in the NHS programme, students must be aged 18 or above.
What does a Supported Internship involve?
- Personalised study programme delivered by Woodlands Meed tutors
- A chance to study for relevant qualifications (Including Maths and English)
- Continue to improve Maths and English skills
- Most of your time will be spent at work
- You will learn how to do different jobs
- You will have a Job Coach to help you learn the job
Woodlands Meed Programmes
Working in the NHS in Worthing, West Sussex.
Work placements in local businesses in Burgess Hill, West Sussex.