Assistive Technology Trainer
Hi, I’m Sarah and for the last 10 years I have worked in the NHS in HR & Wellbeing, I enjoy empowering people with their health & wellness and coaching individuals to support their own wellbeing.
When I came across D&A I was keen to find out more about the services they provide after being referred via Access to Work. I was so impressed with the array of supportive tools and training that they provide and how they will make a huge difference to how I carry out my work in the workplace. As I have struggled in work having an autistic spectrum disorder, knowing that there is an organisation that can help I knew I had to get onboard and be part of a team that can make a difference to the way people learn and carry out their work.
I love technology and pride myself on being able to simplify complex procedures using visuals and condensing/chunking key learning points to help teach an individual effectively and meet their learning style needs. As a qualified adult learning trainer I bring a wealth of knowledge and experience of working with all different learning styles and abilities, having worked as a trainer for Reed In Partnership, West Cheshire College, Cambridge & Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust and Green Apprentices.
My spare time is filled with plenty of outdoor fun – walking the high ropes at Go Ape, mindfulness at the beach, forest bathing in North Wales, family bike rides and when indoors watching the US version of The Office – comedy is great for your wellbeing!
I look forward to collaborating with you, supporting your strengths by designing the training to meet your goals and learning style.