Vocational Unit (18+ y.o)
The vocational curriculum in special needs schools is carefully structured to prepare students with disabilities for both work and independent living. It commences with students exploring various career options, helping them identify their  interests and strengths The focus then shifts to nurturing essential workplace skills required for employment, such as


Time Management

Teaching children time management skills involves creating a schedule, prioritizing tasks, avoiding procrastination, breaking tasks into smaller parts, and using a timer to track time spent on each task.

Team Work

"Working together as a team helps children learn important social skills and achieve common goals."


Encourage problem-solving skills in children to help them become independent and confident problem-solvers.


Communication skills are essential for children's social and emotional development and future success.

Workplace Etiquette.

"Workplace etiquette teaches children how to behave professionally and respectfully in a work environment."

As part of gaining practical skills and real-world work experience,students participate in activities like selling at bazaars or within the school.
In parallel, students are taught vital daily living skills, encompassing personal hygiene, cooking, cleaning, and managing household tasks. Equally crucial is financial literacy, where students learn about budgeting, money management, and Financial Independence.
Effective communication, both verbal and non-verbal, is emphasized to equip students with the ability to interact confidently with colleagues,supervisors and customers.
The curriculum also covers fundamental math skills, including numerical operations, money management, and time-related concepts. Building language proficiency through reading, writing, and effective verbal communication is a key component of ensuring successful employment. Further more, the curriculum places a strong emphasis on devoloping emotional intelligence, understanding appropriate behaviour in different settings,and teaching self-regulation and conflict resolution.Students are also introduced to basic basic computer skills and the use of assistive devices and software that enhance their communication, mobility, and learning. Transition plans are thoughtfully created to guide students toward meaningful job employment. Overall, the ultimate objective is to empower different-abled students to attain self-sufficiency, secure meaningful employment, and lead fulfilling lives.



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