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From their first day at Nash, we work with every student to prepare them for their next stage in life. Gaining confidence and skills that can be used in the workplace and supporting students and their families to find the best next step for each young person, means our learners leave equipped to participate in life and engage with their community as fully as possible.
Nash puts a high priority on giving students great opportunities for work experience. Getting the ‘fit’ right between student and work placement is essential and all placements are monitored closely.
Some are linked to formal accreditation and we are continually developing new placement schemes. We also support employers with training in autism, communication and disability awareness.
We have active work experience partnerships with a range of local businesses.
Denzel made such good progress at his café work placement that he was offered a paid, part-time job after he leaves college. At first, Denzel needed his support worker close by and didn’t interact with customers. Now he greets and helps customers, and takes initiative with tasks.