Ian Adam Bellamy is an experienced project manager with responsibility for delivering our post–16 development work. He is currently leading a project to enable further education providers to run autism awareness training for their own staff and support more young people with autism to move from school to college.
Ian joined Ambitious about Autism to work on our Finished at School Programme. Supported by the Department for Education, the programme was successful in supporting young people with autism to access further education. More recently, Ian led a project to create a suite of training materials for the Autism Education Trust (AET)’s post–16 training programme. This training is now being delivered under licence across the country.
Ian is available for post–16 training, consultancy (contributions to projects, creating and reviewing training materials) conferences and workshops.
Felicity Carter has wide–ranging experience delivering training on topics including understanding autism, autism in employment and customer service. She now leads on the delivery of understanding autism training for Ambitious about Autism.
Felicity delivers Autism Education Trust (AET) training in schools, upskilling mainstream and specialist settings to better support children and young people with autism to access education.
Clare Caccavone has 18 years' experience of building successful teams. She has worked in education for over 13 years, leading services including Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG) and supporting transition to and from college and post–16 education.
Clare has successfully achieved Ofsted grade 2 ‘Good’ and full accreditation of the Matrix Quality Standard for services providing IAG to students at three further education colleges in London. She has supported many hundreds of students to progress to university, work placements and further education settings.
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