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Get Ahead

Get Ahead is a toolkit and resource co-produced with and for disabled young people. The newsletter and magazine will help you navigate the wide range of information and resources that are available in post-16 education, training, and work. It is a platform where young people can have their voice heard and share the many talents they have.

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 Email: getahead@disabilityrightsuk.org

Toolkits and Resources 

Get Ahead Magazine

Get Ahead Magazine- issue 1 - with information on building a profile, CV's and job searching

Get Ahead Magazine- issue 2 - with information on inclusive apprenticeships, traineeships and supported internships

Get Ahead Magazine- issue 3 - with information on Further and Higher Education, support and learner experiences

Get Ahead Magazine- issue 4 - with information on the Social Model of Disability and a discussion on language and identity

 

Get Ahead Newsletter 

Get Ahead Newsletter-issue 1

Get Ahead Newsletter- issue 2

Get Ahead Newsletter- issue 3

Get Ahead Newsletter- issue 4

Get Ahead Newsletter -issue 5- January 2021

Get Ahead Newsletter -issue 6- February 2021

Get Ahead Newsletter -issue 7- March 2021

Get Ahead Newsletter- issue 8- April 2021

Get Ahead Newsletter -issue 9- May 2021

Get Ahead Newsletter -issue 10 June 2021

Get Ahead Newsletter -issue 11 July 2021

Get Ahead Newsletter -issue 12- August 2021

Get Ahead Newsletter - issue 13- September 2021

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Get Ahead Magazine-issue 1- text only

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Other ToolKits/Resources

CV

What is a CV?

Explore how a video CV can improve your profile with Superpeople

 
Build a 3-Dimensional profile with Naturally Talented ME

One -page -profile

Georgie Ralphs presented a webinar on the benefits of a one-page-profile and why this has been useful throughout her life, how it has been instrumental in helping people who meet her to better understand what matters to her, what she is good at, and how they can provide great support.

Technology

How Can Virtual Reality (VR) Technology Help Disabled Young People?