Get Set GO 2019! Wednesday 3 April 2019 10am to 2:30pm

Get Set GO 2019! Next steps into Adulthood for young people, aged 14-25 with special needs and disabilities (SEND).   This free event at Wandsworth's Civic Suite, SW18 2PU,  jointly organised by Wandsworth Council and South Thames College,  with funding from Wandsworth Ambitions Careers Cluster, and support from Positive Parent Action, is for young people, 14-25 with SEND, their parents/carers and other service providers, and professionals. 

It is also serves as part of Wandsworth Council’s continued drive to support young people into suitable education, employment and training provision. 

Why not try the Get Set GO 2019! Wiki?  See what is on offer...

With more stands, workshops and presentations than last year’s excellent event, this year it will cover Health, Housing and Social Activities. Along with Employment.

Registration is from 10am and the event closes at 2:30pm.  Please book your free tickets on Eventbrite.   https://www.eventbrite.com/e/get-set-go-2019-tickets-52156215645

You must also book for the workshops separately on Eventbrite.

11 am to 12 noon, Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) about the Role of the Job Centre which will cover:

  • What is the Job Centre about?
  • Universal Credit – How to apply
  • Employers & Access to Work
  • PIP (Personal Independence Payments) Process

Book Workshop 1 

12 noon to 1pm,  0 to 25 Disabilities Team on Getting Support from Social Services which will cover:

  • Financial Assessments
  • Personal Budgets
  • Who gets support

Book Workshop 2

1 pm to 2pm Zach Esdaile, Planning for the Future Legal Workshop on:

  • Powers of Attorney
  • Advocacy
  • Wills
  • Housing Tenure

Book Workshop 3

 Individual cases will not be discussed during the workshops, but attendees can speak to staff on the relevant stalls.

This event will demonstrate the various routes young people can take into education, employment, training, independent travel,  independent living, health support, money and benefits, social life and more.

Schools can bring groups of students aged from 14 to 19.  Young people 14 to 25 years old, at out of borough schools or colleges, parents, carers, professionals, employers, teachers, providers and trainers will join us for this exciting event.

This event follows on from the last three year's successful Get Set GO! events.   We will have a range of exhibitors covering a wide offer of provision and services. These will include education, traineeships, housing options, health information, benefits and social life.   You can attend all or just part of the event.

There will be workshops and inspiring talks from young people about their routes to work, social lives and more.

Find out about: 

  • your choices after school or college
  • alternatives to education
  • Local training and support activities and forthcoming events
  • How to find a job or training place
  • Where to live
  • how to travel
  • local support groups and other services
  • Answers to any questions you or your parents/carers may have about your future

The exhibitors include:

 

0 to 25 Disability Social Work Team

A2ndVoice Autism Support group

Baked Bean Company

Beyond Autism

Capel Manor College

Care Trade

Carers’ Centres

Carney’s Community Boxing

Choice Support

CLDHT Community Learning Disability Health Team

Contact-Wandsworth

Disability Sports Coach

Department of Work and Pensions DWP

Generate

Healthwatch

Kingston University

Lambeth College

Little Kickers

Love-to-learn

Merton Project Search Co-ordinator

One Trust

Orchard Hill College

Positive Parent Action (PPA)

Prince's Trust

Promise

Roots and Shoots

SEND Local Offer WAND Card and Wikis

Skills2use

Share Community

South Thames College

South Thames College Group  Learning Support

South West London and St George's Mental Health Trust

Spear

Talk Wandsworth

Thrive (Battersea)

Unique Youth

University of Roehamptom

Wandsworth Apprenticeships

WIASS-Wandsworth Informaiton Advice and Support Service

WorkMatch

WorkRight

Workshop 305

Wandsworth Safeguarding Children Board WSCB

Youth Legal

To find out more and book as an exhibitor please  email getsetgo@wandsworth.gov.uk

0 to 25 Disability Social Work Team

A2ndVoice Autism Support group

Baked Bean Company

Beyond Autism

Capel Manor College

Care Trade

Carers’ Centres

Carney’s Community Boxing

Choice Support

CLDHT Community Learning Disability Health Team

Contact-Wandsworth

Disability Sports Coach

Department of Work and Pensions DWP

Generate

Healthwatch

Kingston University

Lambeth College

Little Kickers

Love-to-learn

Merton Project Search Co-ordinator

One Trust

Orchard Hill College

Positive Parent Action (PPA)

Prince's Trust

Promise

Roots and Shoots

SEND Local Offer  WAND Card and Wikis

Share Community

South Thames College

South Thames College Group  Learning Support

South West London and St George's Mental Health Trust

Spear

Talk Wandsworth

Thrive (Battersea)

Unique Youth

University of Roehampton

Wandsworth Apprenticeships

WIASS-Wandsworth Information Advice and Support Service

Work Match

WorkRight Employment Scheme

Workshop 305

Wandsworth Safeguarding Children Board WSCB

Youth Legal

 

 

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thriveonline@wandsworth.gov.uk 
020 8871 7899