Future Rehabilitation Centre, over the course of its operation, has invested on the procurement of a range of recognized curricular programmes from either here or abroad. It is the goal of the Centre to provide appropriate and effective programmes to each and every student. The management team and teachers continuously search for methods and contents that address the needs of the learners and are easy to implement in the classroom. The teachers are also given freedom to use teacher-made or eclectic methods that they believe would be beneficial to the students.
Preparing for Adulthood Programmes of ASDAN
We began to offer the Preparing for Adulthood programmes from ASDAN (Award Scheme and Development Accreditation Network) to 64 students across the Centre from September 2015. A student receives an ASDAN Certificate for each of the course that he/she completes. The following courses are now being used.
New Horizons is an activity-based curriculum resource that has been written to support the delivery of PSHE, Citizenship and Careers/Work-related education for learners aged 9-13.
Transition Challenge provides a framework for developing and accrediting independent living and personal skills for learners aged 14-16. There are two versions:
- Sensory (for PMLD learners)
- Introduction and Progression
Towards Independence has been developed for young people aged 14+ and adults. It features modules on Communication and Numeracy, Creative and Cultural Studies, Independent Living, Sport and Leisure, Citizenship/PSHE and Work Related Skills.
Workright has been developed for young people aged 14+ and adults. It provides a framework to develop a range of basic transferable employability skills. It can be used in a variety of settings.