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Landmarks and Wayfinder


Landmarks started to offer day services and post-16 education in March 1995, where the curriculum was largely practical and land-based, working in farm buildings in Creswell, Derbyshire.


Since that time Landmarks has grown and developed its educational offer and supports over 150 post-16 and day service Learners, all of whom learn a variety of essential life skills from our

five sites located across the East Midlands and South Yorkshire.


We changed our curriculum from purely land and animal-based to include several vocational subjects such as; hospitality, catering, cookery, retail, administration and labouring. These additional

subjects support our learners to make informed choices about the type of vocations they would like to follow.


College life at Landmarks involves being taught in practical, real-life situations, whilst being supported by highly trained and experienced staff who are experts in working with learners with

additional needs.


Wayfinder Specialist Employment Service 


Wayfinder at Landmarks Specialist college is a specialist employment service operating across the East Midlands and South Yorkshire.


WayFinder Specialist Employment Service is dedicated to supporting people with learning difficulties and disabilities into employment via Supported Internships and plays a key role in assisting people on the Employment Pathway to develop the skills needed to secure work.


A Supported Internship is a structured study Pathway for people with additional needs and disabilities who want to gain employment. We aim to give the Intern real work experience that could possibly lead to paid employment.

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