Learning for Independence (National 2)

Glasgow Clyde College


Anniesland Campus, Cardonald Campus, Langside Campus


The Learning for Independence (National 2) course is ideal if you have recently left school and want to build your confidence in a diverse and inclusive learning environment.

This course will help you develop skills for everyday life and to make the transition from school to further education by developing your social, practical and independence skills with the view to improving your citizenship and employability skills.

You should have a positive attitude to learning and be motivated to work and learn independently and as part of a group. You will get the opportunity to develop confidence by working together and problem-solving as part of a team.

This NQ Learning for Independence (National 2) course provides a supportive environment within which learners with learning disabilities/autism can continue their studies, adjust to their new surroundings and build their confidence. This course gives learners the opportunity to consider their next steps and prepare for the future.

The course timetable may offer some of the subjects below however these may change depending on the needs and interests of the learners.

Numeracy and personal finance; Information technology; Travel and leisure activities; Healthy living; Cooking skills; Environmental issues; Preparation for adulthood; Fit for life?; Employability skills.?

Entry Requirements

National qualifications at SCQF Level 2. You must show the ability to engage and participate at the level required for this course (as evidenced at the selection day). You must also show the ability to work independently and with others.

Progression Routes

Other college course; Supported Employment.

Start Date




Study Method

Full time

Course Length

1 year


Additional Support for Learning

SCQF Level


Related job profiles

  • No related job profiles.