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Louise Pilter

SEND Employability Manager

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Specialisms

  • SEND
  • Supported internships
  • Work placement
  • Supported employment

Biography

Louise studied at fine art at West Nottinghamshire College and went on the Manchester Metropolitan University to study BA (Hons) Fine Art – Printmaking.

Louise left university and found a career in residential care for individuals with autism, undertaking a health and social care qualification.

Louise now has 16 years of experience working with individuals with additional needs, working within a range of settings, including community support, supported living and further education.

Louise has been able develop in her career within further education and started to develop the supported internship programme here at West Nottinghamshire College in 2019.

Louise now oversees and manages our SEND employability programmes, supporting learners with an additional need to develop their work readiness and employability skills to enable them to transition into paid or voluntary employment.

Louise engages with local employers to acquire suitable work placements based on learner aspirations, skills and abilities. Louise will work closely with the employer to make reasonable adjustments to ensure the workplace is accessible and to enable learners to gain valuable work experience.

Why choose West Notts?

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96.2% A Level pass rate in 2022.

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One of the top colleges in the UK for student satisfaction.**Learner Exit Survey 2019/20

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We offer a flexible and cost-effective travel pass to all students and apprentices.

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We have four campuses each boasting a number of state-of-the-art facilities.

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