The Award Scheme Development & Accreditation Network
ASDAN – The Award Scheme Development & Accreditation Network – offers educational programmes and qualifications with flexible ways of accrediting skills for learning, for employment and for life.
The Richardson Partnership for Care is an ASDAN-accredited centre, which means that we can provide ASDAN programmes in-house for our service users. They help them to develop skills and achieve accredited qualifications. Being able to complete the programme in their home means that service users can learn in their own environment from staff that they know and trust.
ASDAN has a wide range of programmes and the Preparatory Programmes provide opportunities for people with learning disabilities or an acquired brain injury to develop their personal, social, independent, work-related and ICT skills.
ASDAN’s programmes entitled: ‘New Horizons’, ‘Transition Challenge’, ‘Towards Independence’, ‘Workright’, and ‘Literacy & Numeracy in Everyday Life’ are designed for learners with learning difficulties which vary from moderate to profound or multiple learning difficulties.
The ASDAN scheme offers the opportunity to progress through the programmes and achieve certification when successfully completing each programme.