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NESCOT - Courses for students with additional needs

Seasons Learner Hub 1, Transition into Employment (TIE) and Progressing into Employment (PIE) pathways

The Learner Hub 1 is a supported learning environment for:

  • Students with moderate learning difficulties and/or disabilities
  • Students who have no formal qualifications
  • Students who are not in education, employment or training

Entry to the Hub requires no specific qualification level apart from the ability to benefit from the course which is focussed on Preparation for Working Life. The course normally runs for 4 days per week. Students can study at a level that suits their abilities and are encouraged to continue onto mainstream vocational courses at Level 1 if they progress to entry level 3.

Transition into Employment (TIE) is an entry level 3 course that involves supported work experience placements in a range of local employers. This course is suitable for students who can work and travel independently but need support to settle into a routine.

Progressing into Employment (PIE) programme is a Level 1 course for students who want to leave college next year. You must be able to work and travel independently. Students undertake a one-day-a-week work experience placement.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Janice Davis
Contact Position
Director of Learning Support and Student Services
020 8394 1731
Nescot website


North East Surrey College of Technology
Reigate Road
KT17 3DS

Local Offer


If you have a special educational need or disability, Nescot provide on-going, tailored support to make sure you are successful in your learning.

Contact Name
Lynn Simmons, SEND
Contact Telephone
020 8394 1731 ext.3196 or 8587
Contact Email
Nescot Policies page
Last updated: 16/12/2019
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