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midlothian training services p a v e programme for alternative vocational education

Midlothian Training ServicesP.A.V.E.Programme for Alternative Vocational Education

Jan Pearson January 2009

p a v e
Off site provision for 4th year students from Midlothian secondary schools

Provision for young people to do work placement three days a week

1.5 days a week they complete an education programme

P.A.V.E.
education
Education

Depending on Group and individual

  • Personal Development Access 3/Int 1
  • English -Access 2/3,Standard Grade
  • Maths-Access 2/3,Int 1,Standard Grade
  • Science-Standard Grade
  • CDT-Standard Grade
  • ASDAN-Bronze/Silver Challenge Award
  • Finding and Keeping a Job Access 2
  • Numeracy in the work related environment Access 2
  • Using a Computer Access 2
august dec or jan may group
August/Dec or Jan/May Group

Personal Development Intermediate 1

(Possibly in time available perhaps Access 3 is more feasible)

Self awareness-Context:Health issues

Project: Design Personal Health booklet

Self and Society-Context:Global issues

Project: Christmas Charity event for Christian Aid

Self and Work-Context: Employability skills

Project: Work placement and careers support

Practical Skills-evidence from other projects

year long group
Year long group

Personal Development Intermediate 1

Self awareness- Context:Volunteering

Project: Befriending

Self and Society- Context:Health issues

Project: Designing MYPAS leaflets

Self and Work- Context:Employability skills

Project: Work placement and career support

Practical Skills-evidence from other projects

self and society unit
Self and Society unit
  • Context for unit was Health related issues as young people were doing very positive group sessions with MYPAS (Midlothian Young People’s Advice Service) youth workers doing drug and sex education
  • Chance to further develop use of Photoshop with another group of young people as MYPAS were keen to have new leaflets and posters to distribute in the community to raise awareness of their ‘drop in’ centres and services
group action plan health and well being
Group Action PlanHealth and Well-Being
  • Get to know more about Health and Well-being
  • Threats to Health and Well-being
  • What can we do to help ourselves and others?
  • How to we improve our interpersonal skills and meet targets?
group work with midlothian young peoples advice service mypas at pave doing drug and sex education

Group Work with Midlothian Young Peoples Advice Service (MYPAS)at PAVE doing drug and sex education

digital media project
Digital media project
  • Project was a result of a funding application to the Scottish Arts Councils Cultural Co-ordinators Fund by the Arts & Creativity Team
  • Fiona Maher, Midlothian Creative Links Officer, coordinated and supported the project.
  • The idea behind the project was to give young people at P.A.V.E. an opportunity to work with an artist (Angeline Ferguson) to explore the possibility of Digital media and create their own exhibition
self in society learning intentions
Self in SocietyLearning Intentions
  • Evaluate your interpersonal skills
  • Contribute to the planning of a group project which will allow progress towards personal targets
  • Participate in group project developing new leaflets for MYPAS
  • Review own interpersonal skills on completion of the group project
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Good

citizen

Confident

individual

Leisure

time

Longer life

Healthier

nation

Be a successful learner

Less

STI’s

Happier

Good/caring

Relationships

Why it is important

Good mental health

Good Health and

Well-being

Better contributors to society

Less chance of being in prison

healthy diet

No drug misuse

Informed

Health choices

less unwanted

pregnancies

Greater

chance of getting a job

exercise

Health and safety rules

Safe sex

Responsible citizen

Have fun together on Outdoor Education

Start a PAVE

Football team

Drug misuse

Couch potatoes

Group discussions with MYPAS on drug misuse and safe sex

What can we do to improve Health

& Well-being

Be informed, ICT research on health and well being

Less green spaces

Negative media influences

Threats to Health and Well-being

Find out about other agencies which help young people

Lack of knowledge

PAVE breakfast club

Increase in violence

Bad

diet

Lack of good relationships

Poverty

Peer

pressure

Health and Well -being

Raise awareness by designing Photoshop leaflets for MYPAS on drugs and safe sex

sharing

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Planning and carrying out the Group ProjectBelow are examples of agreed responsibilities that students could do individually to contribute
  • Make first contact with MYPAS
  • Arrange several dates for MYPAS to work with PAVE students on drug misuse and safe sex
  • Take part in group work with peers and MYPAS
  • Organize a visit to MYPAS in Dalkeith
  • Book minibus to visit MYPAS
  • Make questionnaire
  • Interview MYPAS staff about leaflets
  • Each person in group to contribute to collation of particular information on health and well- being issues relevant to production of new leaflets for MYPAS
  • Help design new leaflets using Photoshop
  • Quality control of Photoshop work
  • Meeting deadline for production of leaflets
  • Organize printing of leaflets
  • Organize an opportunity to present new leaflets to MYPAS
  • Investigate other agencies which support young people (MDAAT, Children 1st)
curriculum for excellence
Curriculum for excellence

The unit has been designed with reference to The Curriculum for Excellence (see handout)

context volunteering project befriending
Context: VolunteeringProject- Befriending
  • Student discussion with Karen from Volunteer Scotland about Volunteering
  • Decide on kind of volunteer taster sessions
  • Befriender training
  • Community garden activity with people with mental health problems
  • Visit to Springfield Bank care home to befriend old people
  • Review of project
community garden
Community Garden
  • PAVE young person with Jake who has mental health problems