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  • Entry to Employment (E2E) Module 1: Making choices

    Entry to Employment (E2E) Module 1: Making choices. This module supports induction to E2E, self-evaluation, target-setting and initial assessment process.

  • Entry to Employment (E2E) Module 2: Making my own way

    Entry to Employment (E2E) Module 2: Making my own way. This module looks at some of the personal and social skills that young people need in order to become independent adults in society, in contexts such as accommodation, budgeting (financial literacy) and the law.

  • Entry to Employment (E2E) Module 3: The office and business environment

    Entry to Employment (E2E) Module 3: The office and business environment. This module will be useful to learners who are working or considering working in any office setting, including topics such as communication, filing, telephone work.

  • Entry to Employment (E2E) Module 4: Customer service

    Entry to Employment (E2E) Module 4: Customer service. This module will be useful to a wide range of learners working or considering working in retail settings or service industry settings, such as hospitality, catering, leisure and beauty. Topics include taking bookings, communicating with customers and health and safety.

  • Entry to Employment (E2E) Module 5: Engineering and mechanical

    Entry to Employment (E2E) Module 5: Engineering and mechanical. This module will be useful to any learner who wants to work in a practical workshop setting where they use machinery, with topics such as working within tolerances, reading gauges and understanding units of measure.

  • Entry to Employment (E2E) Module 6: Outdoor and practical

    Entry to Employment (E2E) Module 6: Outdoor and practical. The target audience for this module will be the E2E learner who is keen to work in outdoor practical settings, such as land-based, waste management, portering, basic construction, animal care and caretaking. Topics include health and safety, working ith others, using maps and plans and following instructions.

  • Entry to Employment (E2E): Black and white masters

    Entry to Employment (E2E): Black and white masters. Monochrome photocopy masters of the colour materials for photocopying.

  • Entry to Employment (E2E): Learning resources

    Entry to Employment (E2E): Learning resources. Integrated assignments, a collection of authentic work-based source materials and a glossary of terms.

  • Entry to Employment (E2E): Introduction and curriculum coverage

    Entry to Employment (E2E): Introduction. An introduction to the Materials for Embedded Learning, embedded learning methodologies, factors affecting learning, an introduction to the Entry to Employment file and curriculum coverage grids.