Independent living and housing

This pathway supports young people to live as independently as is possible. It covers all aspects of independent living and home management from budgeting and cooking to knowing what sources of support are available in the local community. 

We found 631 challenges in the Preparing for Adulthood pathway 'Independent living and housing'

Challenge Level NLH
Learners will be able to understand some of the effects of alcohol abuse on individuals and society.
E2  10
The learner will be able to do own laundry safely and understand the reasons for doing own laundry
E3  10
Learners will be able to develop social skills through sharing meals with friends and family
WTE1  10
Learners will be able to design and make a tablecloth
E2  10
Learners will recognise different equipment/appliances in the kitchen, how they can be used and show understanding of their safe use.
E1  10
To recognise when there is a problem and identify a source of help
WTE1  10
The learner will understand what character means and be able to identify own character traits as well as own needs for character development.
1  10
Learners will become familiar with community organisations in their area and be able to contact the appropriate organisation when their help is required
1  10
Learners will take part in a walk in the countryside and recognise common signs.
WTE1  10
The learner will be able to take an order for a drink and a snack, make or assemble the items requested and serve them to a customer clearing away when the customer has finished eating and drinking.
E3  10
Learners will be able to prepare for and go out for something to eat in the community
E1  10
Learner will be able to show what to do in the event of a fire at own school or centre.
E2  10
Learners will find out how to make a wooden product and help to make the wooden product.
E1  10
Learners will be able to participate in a trip safely.
E2  10
Learners will identify a barrier to own progression and set a target to overcome that barrier.
E1  10
To be able to recognise risks associated with communicating through social media
E3  10
To introduce learners to the concept of map reading and help to develop communication skills.
E3  10
Learners will be able to identify care symbols and iron items ready for wear / storage.
1  20
Learners will understand the reasons to live in a clean environment, be able to demonstrate how to plan a weekly cleaning routine and be able to clean a kitchen, bathroom, bedroom and living areas.
1  20
Learners will be able to prepare a cold drink
E1  10