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PAST . Specialist support for Examinations ,
  • Holly59
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    Positive Autism Support and Training
    1 hr ·
    As we approach exam time and the stress that this and other transitions can evoke I am delighted that my friend Emma has offered her services via PAST and Healthy Happy Me. If you are interested in speaking to Emma please email info@positiveautismsupportandtraining.co.uk so we can refer you to Emma.
    Emma Moorhead (Paton) is a Careers guidance Professional who has worked with young people for the last 18 years.
    Having initially worked in a buying and merchandising capacity, Emma retrained as a Careers Advisor, working initially for Connexions in the West of England working with young people, delivering group work, training staff, managing teams and organising work experience.
    Since then, after working in schools as a Careers Co-ordinator at Devizes school and then as Head of Careers at an independent school in Epsom, where she gained her level 4 diploma in Careers guidance, she subsequently moved on to working for an impartial Careers guidance company, Inspiring Futures in 2015 where she managed a team of field staff, working for a group of schools based in South London and Surrey and then recently went on to complete the Level 6 Careers guidance diploma and is now a fully qualified practitioner.
    Emma now works at an independent school in Weybridge as joint Head of Careers implementing the Careers Education programme/strategy, working closely with the Head of 6th form on the UCAS process, delivering guidance interviews, organising events and managing the work experience programme.
    Emma has experience working with young people with SEN including Autism Spectrum Conditions.

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