CollegeCommunication Specialist College A leading National Specialist College for those with communication needs. Where you develop your identity and feel you belong. Here at Doncaster we offer a great learning experience in a communication environment that is designed to meet your needs. READ MORE About UsAbout usMission, Values, EthosPoliciesOfstedProspectusContact UsMeet the TeamThe College ExperienceCollege facilitiesApplication processResidentialWork Experience and TransitionStudent councilEnrichmentStudent storiesGalleryCoursesCatering and HospitalityConstructionCustomer ServiceHairdressing and BeautyHealth, Education & Social StudiesHorticultureMedia and Office Technologies Including Business AdministrationMotor Vehicle EngineeringSign LanguageSkills for Life (English and Maths)Sports, Recreation and Leisure StudiesCollege admissionsParents zoneTerm datesNewslettersFAQsUseful InformationUseful LinksWork for usSupport Services Construction The Construction department offers experience, knowledge, flexibility and an exceptional real life learning environment. The qualifications we offer are for candidates wishing to gain understanding and practical experience in a variety of trades within the construction industry. The programmes can provide students with skills in Plastering, Bricking, Carpentry, Joinery, Wall and Floor Tiling and Painting and Decorating. The qualification offers students the knowledge and practical skills to maintain their own homes they can also work towards The City & Guilds Entry and Level 1 Award in construction. If candidates are able to progress onto a specialist subject then bespoke courses are available. Comprehensive Health and Safety training can be arranged leading onto the CSCS card which is a legal requirement to allow access on construction sites. All qualifications are delivered by tutors with a vast array of knowledge and experience within the construction industry. Enterprise Initially the Enterprise Project was set up to develop an enabling culture that aims to embed enterprise in the curriculum, providing a 'real world of work' learning experience. A curriculum rich in creativity, experimentation and design, can be linked to positive employment outcomes for craft based students. The opening of the Enterprise shop has enabled learning to take place across the College spectrum with IT, Managing money, Business studies and customer services incorporated in the day to day running of the Enterprise shop.