What We Do
Freedom Support Training Academy is a Training Academy for young people and adults with learning disabilities and additional support needs.
At Freedom Support Training Academy, we understand that everyone has unique needs and abilities. That is why we offer a variety of courses, experiences and activities so that everyone can have a chance of being involved.
We have accredited courses for those people that are able to manage some course work (this can be through drawing, writing, photographs etc) Evidence is put in a workbook and used to allow the student to progress as they need to.
For those people that find accredited courses maybe a little too much we have certificated courses which allow our students to complete sections of the courses at their own pace and receive a certificate for each achievement whenever that might be.
For students who require ‘experience of fun activities’ we have the opportunity to try things, get involved, be around people, enjoy and have fun etc. For some people that is a huge success in itself.
This course will help you to achieve your sports, volunteering, and leadership skills whilst being recognised for the work you do. The course is broken down into 4 modules, which will help with learning about leading and achieving in your local community.
With Wimbledon upon us we are joining in the fun with new tennis sessions available for all. This tennis course is an introduction to playing the game. Individual attention is given to help everyone develop to the best of their ability. Each week we focus on a different tennis stroke but make sure that everyone remains active through games and small group work.
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“Freedom Support have been wonderful supporters of our aim to get the Harborough District more active, more often. Together in partnership we have been able to deliver some wonderful projects, including danceathons, park fitness sessions, in house sports activities, gym sessions and wheels for all cycling events. All have been
My son , Jonathan, has severe learning disabilities. He has Downs Syndrome Autism and extremely limited communication skills. He has been coming to Freedom Support since he was 17 years old ( almost 5years now) In that time his self confidence and social skills have increased dramatically The staff refuse