Sefton Council’s aim is that all young people with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND) are well prepared for adulthood and are supported to achieve their potential. High quality provision should be in place to enable young people to progress in learning, with the long term aim of achieving paid employment.
- Appropriate provision should be available to enable young people with SEND aged 16-25 to access a range of support including education, training, work experience, Supported Internships, apprenticeships and voluntary work.
- Young people in Sefton and their parents/carers should be able to identify clear Post 16 progression routes.
- Impartial, independent Careers Information, Advice and Guidance should be available.
- Create conditions to enable young people to access suitable employment opportunities.