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

SEARCH FOR THE JOB YOU WANT....

Keep thinking about your ideal job.

Why not look on the internet and find some jobs which may suit you.

Do think about the skills and interests which you have.

Remember, we are all different and are good at different things.

Happy job hunting.

News

THINKING OF STARTING A STUDY PROGRAMME WITH US?

Why not 'drop-in' on a Wednesday between 3pm and 4.30pm?

We are holding a drop in every Wednesday between 3pm and 4.30pm so potential learners can drop in and have a chat with tutors, a discussion with our Job Broker regarding future career options and jobs they may be looking for, and have the opportunity to look around our facilities and talk to the Senior Tutor who manages the timetable and curriculum.

There is no need to book. Learners can just turn up.

We welcome all learners aged 16 and over.

Blog

Friday 30th January 2015

It's Friday and January is almost over!

The word Friday comes from the old enlish word Fredæ, meaning "day of Frigg." Frigg or Frigga is the name an old germanic godess and wife of the supreme god Odin. She was the goddess of married love.

Translated into late latin Frigga became Venus hence why the word for Friday in many of the romance languages begin with the 'V' of Venus and not the 'F' of Frigga. This can be seen with Vendredi in French and Venerdi in Italian.

Happy Friday and enjoy your weekend!

Read More...