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Nicola H is a self-employed Peformance Coach. She was determined to carve out a career for herself even though she had her first child at sixteen. She went on an international exchange to France, travelling round the country and performing. That's when she realised what she wanted to do with her life. She signed up with the Prince's Trust and took 15 young musicians to Germany.

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£30,680
average salary
The UK average salary is £28,758
36
average weekly hours
There are 37.5 hours in the average working week
5%  male  95%  female 
The UK workforce is 47% female and 53% male

Future employment

Description

Speech and language therapists are responsible for the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of speech, language, fluency and voice disorders caused by disability, injury or illness.

Qualifications

Entrants require a recognised graduate or postgraduate degree that encompasses both theory and clinical practice. Successful completion of these courses leads to eligibility for a certificate to practice and membership of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists. Full membership is granted after completion of a year of supervised, post-qualifying experience.

Tasks

  • Assesses, tests and diagnoses a client’s condition;
  • Designs and initiates appropriate rehabilitation and/or remedial programmes of treatment;
  • Treats speech and language disorders by coaching and counselling clients or through the use of artificial communication devices;
  • Attends case conferences and liaises with other specialists such as doctors, teachers, social workers and psychologists;
  • Counsels relatives to help cope with the problems created by a patient’s disability;
  • Writes reports and maintains client caseloads.
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Residential care 90
Employment status
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More information about Speech and language therapists


Check out 2 videos about this career

£30,680
average salary
The UK average salary is £28,758
36
average weekly hours
There are 37.5 hours in the average working week
5%  male  95%  female 
The UK workforce is 47% female and 53% male

Future employment

Description

Speech and language therapists are responsible for the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of speech, language, fluency and voice disorders caused by disability, injury or illness.

Qualifications

Entrants require a recognised graduate or postgraduate degree that encompasses both theory and clinical practice. Successful completion of these courses leads to eligibility for a certificate to practice and membership of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists. Full membership is granted after completion of a year of supervised, post-qualifying experience.

Tasks

  • Assesses, tests and diagnoses a client’s condition;
  • Designs and initiates appropriate rehabilitation and/or remedial programmes of treatment;
  • Treats speech and language disorders by coaching and counselling clients or through the use of artificial communication devices;
  • Attends case conferences and liaises with other specialists such as doctors, teachers, social workers and psychologists;
  • Counsels relatives to help cope with the problems created by a patient’s disability;
  • Writes reports and maintains client caseloads.
Employment by region
Top 10 industries
for this job
Social work 11223
Health 3504
Education 2281
Retail trade 1305
Real estate 252
Services to buildings 198
Public admin. & defence 121
Wholesale trade 104
Other personal service 96
Residential care 90
Employment status

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Nicola H

Nicola H 0.00.00 "To actually hear classical glade, that’s me right there, so if he’s working ray, loving that party life, clean fitted clothes, which our dress come red and silver, for like the river hypnotic we now deliver smooth". My name is Nicola H or for another word, Nicky Blaze, which is my stage name. I’m a performance coach and I live in Liverpool. A performance coach is somebody who teaches other people how to gain confidence in performing. 0.00.30 I work for myself. I run my own company called Word Spin. The work that I do is a lot of spoken words. I tend to write about just real life situations or stories of my own I’ve been through or scenarios that could really make a difference. I enjoyed school. Well I did and I didn’t. There were times I would tend to drift into my own world because I wanted to get out of school and dance, 0.01.00 cos I was a dancer when I was really young, from the age of 3 to the age of 11, and I did ballet, I did tap, I did jazz and modern. I left school at the age of 15 because I became a young mother at the age of 16. I didn’t leave with any education. I then decided after having a child at the age of 16 that I still wanted a career. At the time, being a young mother was very difficult. I don’t regret it but obviously if I could make a choice to do things differently I would have done things differently. 0.01.30 It was difficult not having a partner who should have been there and not doing the things he was doing. But you know you have to just move on and do what’s best for you and that’s what I did. My parents, my mother, she’s works in the youth service at the moment but she used to be an art teacher. And my father, he works for himself and he’s like a building constructor. 0.02.00 My mother said she’d prefer me to go on to further education but my father, he was more the kind of person that just encouraged me to just earn a living and do what’s best for me really, as long as I’m doing the right thing. So they just encouraged me to, you know, make the most of my life really in a good way. This photograph is a, it’s very important to me because it’s in a place called Pole which is in South France and it was the first international exchange I went on when I was 17. 0.02.30 And that was the time I decided this is what I’m going to do for the rest of my life. I was asked to go there to perform, interact with different deejays, graffiti artists, dancers. We spent ten days performing, travelling round France and learning each other’s language. A friend of mine that was a next door neighbour came to me and I think he’d seen me performing live somewhere and said I think you should come down to the Princes Trust and become a member. 0.03.00 So I went to the Princess Trust, I signed up for a community grant. I rounded up 15 young people and took them Germany for ten days where they met all the musicians, they got to record, they got to be a part of another programme over there and it really, a lot of the international work started from there. 0.03.30 When I’m not working I tend to just be creative, obviously spend time with my children. To be totally honest with you, when I’m not working I tend to still work. In five years time I’d like to see myself doing the same but maybe just the projects growing on a bigger scale. I feel the work that I do definitely helps young people. I feel it helps young people because they come and tell me. 0.03.59

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