SENDCode is an innovative approach to supporting young autistic and socially isolated people to develop interpersonal, communication, employability and independent living skills which will allow them to aspire to worthwhile careers in the digital and creative sector. The programme provides a small scale learning environment with highly skilled professionals and mentors who allow the young people the time and space to build their confidence and access learning in the Digital economy.
SENDCode is for young people who are unable to access school or post 16 education because of environmental or social factors. Support is provided in Digital skills, interpersonal skills, work experience, independent travel training and mentoring once the course ends.
- 16 - 24
Who to contact
- Contact Name
- Seamus Manion
- Contact Position
- Head Teacher
- 0161 505 0474
Where to go
- M4 4AH
Our venue is in central Manchester, next door to the Shudehill Interchange (by the Printworks) and next to Victoria Station. Independent travel training can be provided if required.
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- Monday - Friday times arranged with the individual
- Time of day
- Referral required
- Referral Details
Please feel free to contact us for further information about applying to SENDCode.
- Other notes
Holyoake House is wheelchair accessible.
Class sizes are very small so students don't become over whelmed by too much noise or too many people.
- Costs should be met by your Local Authority.