The Prince’s Trust

Welcome to The Prince’s Trust – Personal Development and Employability Skills

Students will be following the “Personal Development and Employability Skills” course within the Princes Trust Achieve program and will work towards a Level 2 Diploma throughout years 10 and 11.

Students will complete modules within the PDE course that are listed below:

        • Career Planning.
        • Customer Service.
        • Digital Skills.
        • Interpersonal Skills.
        • Managing Money.
        • Participating in exercise.
        • Personal Project.
        • Planning for Personal Development.
        • Practicing Leadership Skills.
        • Preparing for a Healthy Lifestyle.
        • Presentation Skills.
        • Supporting others in the Community.
        • Teamwork.
        • Undertaking an Enterprise Project.
        • Work Experience.

The Prince’s Trust Diploma in Personal Development and Employability Skills (PDE) recognises a breadth of personal skills, qualities and attitudes required by employers across a range of sectors. In order to allow for the development of such skills, qualities and attitudes, we have mapped most of the modules to be evidenced alongside the help of employers who will engage with our students to give them firsthand experience. Not only will this help to bring the modules to life and place tasks into real working situations but will also allow for students core subject knowledge to be applied.

Below is a diagram that shows examples of how core subjects, WBL and the PDE all complement and support one another.

PDE Module Supported by Employer’s WBL experience Core Subject Knowledge Required
Digital Skills Angel Solutions- Creating marketing materials for a campaign for one of our partners. English – Literacy
Managing Money My BNK – Create a spreadsheet showing the income, outgoings and profits of a business over a month. Maths
Preparing for a Healthy Lifestyle Aintree Hospital – How a poor choice in lifestyle can impact on health Science

By the end of the course, students will have acquired a portfolio which will evidence the skills they have developed and how they have applied them. In addition, students will have accumulated over the two years a vast amount of experience engaging with different employers from diverse sectors. Students will leave LEEP with the skills and capabilities to thrive in the modern complex world of work.