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Steps with Theera and St Andrews International School are working together to create pathways which enable all learners to excel. Following a range of BTEC qualifications from the UK that promote skills for employment, our learners experience hands-on learning in a real work environment. BTEC Hospitality and Catering is one of the qualifications we use and this offers learners the opportunity to come and work in a real kitchen, serve food, make coffees and take orders, all whilst following health and safety regulations. The learn by doing approach allows us to see their confidence, communication skills, and self-esteem grow. In addition, Steps has a coffee shop inside the primary campus (Sukhumvit 71) which serves the school community with healthy snacks and much needed coffee! It also provides a safe environment for our trainees to gain on the job work experience and connect with a new community of support.

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WCB have been providing coding and web design training for our trainees who are interested in working in the tech industry. In addition, they have employed one of our trainees part time and are committed to supporting adults with special needs access employment. WCB offers web (you can write this better than me!)

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Attic run our art therapy and art for employment programme in collaboration with a team of fantastic voluntary artists who bring a range of skills to our trainees. Art is a fantastic tool for expression that enables our trainees to create freely. Our art for employability programme supports trainees develop their skills and create sustainable employment opportunities.

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The COMMONS is a community mall that promotes wholesome living and a true sense of community. They support Steps in many ways, including promoting our vision, collaborating with us for an autism awareness campaign, and committing to be an inclusive employer.

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Theera creates exclusive healthy snacks and desserts using organic vegetables and fruits from Sampran Riverside.  Patom make organic body care products and traditional Thai delicacies under our concept of organic living.

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Steps and NIST work together in a variety of ways including collaborating with CAS students, business students and other groups in school to connect with Steps trainees. NIST students run a sustainable art relief programme where their students teach art to our trainees and organise an art auction each year. We also attend a range of in school events and work together to create a community of acceptance.

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Berkeley were keen for us to provide their own community with healthy snacks. We produce a range of kid-friendly, low sugar and allergen-free snacks for the snack bar, as well as cupcakes for school events and student birthdays!

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Steps and SOT are working together to provide training, equipment and curricula which supports young adults with SEN from the SOT leadership programme develop the skills to be able to transition into sustainable employment opportunities. We currently support two government SEN schools in Chiang Mai and Ubon. BTEC Hospitality and Catering is one of the qualifications we use and this offers learners the opportunity to come and work in a real kitchen, serve food, make coffees and take orders, all whilst following health and safety regulations. The learn by doing approach allows us to see their confidence, communication skills, and self-esteem grow. In addition, Steps has a coffee shop inside the primary campus (Sukhumvit 71) which serves the school community with healthy snacks and much needed coffee! It also provides a safe environment for our trainees to gain on the job work experience and connect with a new community of support.

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We have a long term collaboration with Broccoli which involves supporting young people, community projects, and providing a range of vegan cakes, bars and snacks at their restaurant. Broccoli is a wonderful vegan haven in the middle of Bangkok.

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LEAP and Steps collaborate to share information which supports families of children with SEN. LEAP holds monthly coffee mornings at Steps which are open to the whole community. They are both committed to building a community of acceptance.

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Expats in Bangkok kindly support Steps by raising awareness of our work. They have an online directory of businesses and services in Bangkok and Thailand, with a strong focus on International Schools, plus Events and Happenings in and around Bangkok.

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Rainbow Room Foundation and Steps collaborate to share information which supports families of children with SEN. They host events, training, and workshops to a range of audiences in order to promote the capabilities of the SEN community. They are both committed to building a community of acceptance.

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