College 16 to 18
Learning for Life
If you'd like to live more independently, you could spend time developing life skills such as cooking, travelling and meeting new people.
You could gain work experience in our on-campus cafe, or if you're ready to move into work, a Supported Internship with a local company might be more suitable. We work with employers including Dance City, Vue Cinema, Tyne Riverside Cafe and The Biscuit Factory. You could even progress to an apprenticeship.
We also offer an autism base room and community rooms, where you'll find a safe space to relax and make friends between your lessons.
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How can I progress?
16 - 18 College
Wherever your interests lie, you'll learn hands-on skills in first-class facilities, so you'll be ready to progress into work, an apprenticeship or higher education.
Are you looking to change your career, return to work or develop skills to help you start your own business? Explore our adult courses.
Earn while you learn with an Apprenticeship at Newcastle College.