Empowering Young People
Education & Learning
Vulcan Learning Centre uses sport and recreational activities to teach young people about the importance of respect and self control. We embrace diversity and use a variety of teaching and learning methods to empower our students. Our goal is to increase self-esteem and improve employability, whilst promoting social inclusion.
Vulcan Learning Centre provides a positive atmosphere which is conducive to learning; staff are supportive and act as mentors and tutors for students. The learning centre is registered with the National Open College Network (NOCN) to deliver a range of accredited qualifications. It has purpose built classroom with a computer suite. Staff will work in partnership with the referring organisations to develop programmes of study most appropriate to their learners.
14-16 year olds.
VLC have experience of working with learners from a range of educational backgrounds – secondary schools, pupil referral units, and academies.
School Curriculum delivery
VLC can customise courses to suit learners and the requirements of the
All of the courses on offer are underpinned by work in personal development. Personal development sessions explore living independently, undertaking daily tasks, confidence building, career progression, family life, forming healthy relationships, drugs and alcohol advocacy, smoking cessation, and managing money. VLC staff are committed to helping young people to explore their options, get the best out of their programme of study, continue to develop their skills to higher levels and to ultimately gain employment