How to use community to create employment opportunities

for young people with additional learning needs

For much of the last twenty years, Richard Lamplough has used his creativity, drive and communication skills to support autistic people and people with learning disabilities into paid employment. This short course explores the strategy that has seen hundreds of young people supported through this approach.
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Brilliant

Claire Ward

Brilliant, totally inspired, taken away so many ideas to take into our school, thank you

Brilliant, totally inspired, taken away so many ideas to take into our school, thank you

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Very informative

Sian Owen

Great course with lots of useful information and ideas of how to support young people in the borough I work in.

Great course with lots of useful information and ideas of how to support young people in the borough I work in.

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What you'll learn on this course

  • 1

    Creating Employment Opportunities for Young People with Additional Needs

    • Who, What, When, Where, Why and How

    • WORKBOOK: How to use community to create employment opportunities for young people with additional learning needs

    • Changing the look and feel of employment support

    • Activity - Answer this Question

    • Introducing Key Supporters and the value of communication

    • Activity - Answer this Question

    • Who Key Supporters could be and how you attract them

    • Engaging employers with you at the centre of your community

  • 2

    Your next steps ...

    • Your next steps ...

Your Instructor

Richard Lamplough

Over the last twenty-five years, Richard has used his love of project design, words, music, photography and video to support approximately two hundred people with additional needs into paid employment.

Richard believes that harmony is as important as melody, sunshine feels more welcome when there are a few clouds in the sky, and that society should be based on fairness, compassion and equality of access.