Future Education started my career properly, they believed in me and my ability. I am offered regular training and also have the chance to re-do my GCSE's english maths and science if i wish. I have gain a massive amount of experience working with young people ages 14-16 who have social, emotional, behavioural and learning difficulties (SEN). As well as young offenders and drug users. I now have the skills to manage young people that have these characteristics and support them through their last years in schooling education. I have assisted in Information and creative technology (I&CT) lessons for over two years so my I&CT skills and ability are at a very high level. I support them across the curriculum as well as extra lessons. I have supported learners with their college applications and interviews as well as personal issues.
Staff members are very supportive and brilliant at their job.
The hardest part of my role is watching learners doubt themselves so much that they ignore their ability and natural want to achieve and succeed in life by pushing away the people around them that want to support and give them the best possible opportunities in life.
The most enjoyable has to be getting to the end and seeing how far an individual has come and looking back on all they have achieved things that they never thought they could or would.