Choices 4 All is a training provider for people with learning disabilities and difficulties, supporting learners into employment and independent living.

Realising the potential of each individual.

Welcome

Choices 4 All : Reach Your Potential.

Choices 4 All is a training provider with a difference.

It succeeds with individuals, aged 18 years and over, who have learning disabilities and difficulties who need a training approach to be responsive to their learning style and access needs.

The training approach used by Choices 4 All caters for those students who do not flourish in the more conventional training environment.

Choices 4 All offers training to learners in life and living skills, functional skills of English, Mathematics and Information Communication Technology, catering and hospitality skills, employability skills and independence.

Choices 4 All's training is geared to those students with learning difficulties who wish to acquire comprehensive employability and independent living skills and successfully gain progression into employment or further education.

Learner News

'Celebration of Achievement' Afternoon

and Board of Trustees AGM

Thursday 16th July 2015 at 2pm.

It is that time of the year again.

Time to celebrate everyones' achievements and look back at the past year.

Keep this date free.

A letter will be coming home soon.

News

We have achieved the Fair Train

'Silver Standard'

in delivering Quality Work Experience.

The Job Broker and the staff team have worked hard in developing the concept of being ready for work.

They ensure that the concept of preparing for work and becoming 'work ready' are part of everyday conversations at Choices 4 All.

One aim for every learner who starts a Study Programme with us is the achievement of a long term work placement.

Fair Train have recognised the work we do and we are thrilled to have achieved the Silver Standard!

Great news: let's go for gold!

Blog

Wednesday 1st July 2015

It's the first day of July and as Irving Berlin wrote; 'We're having a heat wave, a tropical heat wave, the temperature's rising, it isn't surprising, she certainly can, can, can.' As London experiences a heat wave, temperatures sore today to a possible high of 35 degrees celsius. The hottest day of the year so far and the hottest day recorded in the last 10 years. To work out the temperature in fahrenheit; double it and add 30. For the mathematicians amongst us: C x 9/5 + 32 = F

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