Supporting Special Education Needs

Oaklands College offers a variety of full time courses from Entry Level through to Level 2 and are able to meet various special education needs. Our courses aim to help our students become more independent at home, in the community or even prepare for employment.

Programmes are tailored to individual student’s needs, providing educational, social, personal, independence and work-related skills for the future. Students can also progress through relevant pathways, depending on their intended outcomes and needs.

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Individual Supported Learning

This programme is for students aged 16-24 who have a learning difficulty and/or disability. The programme provides educational, social, personal and work-related skills for the future.

Learning for Living

Developed for people under 25, this programme help develop independent living skills and reach individual goals.


For young adults from 19-22 who have a severe learning difficulty or disability and may require additional support to access the curriculum.


This programme is for students with a moderate learning difficulty and is designed to provide additional support through the transition from school to work, or education, training and qualifications in a particular area of work.