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KEYFORT Education

Supporting you to unlock your potential and remove barriers to learning.


KEYFORT Education

Supporting you to unlock your potential and remove barriers to learning.

About our Education Services


At KEYFORT, our education services provide a comprehensive range of specialist support, removing barriers to learning for a diverse range of students, in both Higher and Further Education. This can range from ad hoc mentoring or note taking support to larger, 24/7, integrated personal care and academic support packages.

We are able to demonstrate a flexible and adaptable approach to working in partnership with each student to promote their independence and autonomy.  As a result, students can find the KEY to breaking down their educational barriers, unlocking their potential and fulfilling their goals.

At KEYFORT we believe supporting our staff is the KEY to unlocking their potential to provide a high quality of support to all of our students. Our Team has experience working with individuals with specific conditions and/or disabilities, and come from a broad variety of backgrounds. At KEYFORT, we equip our support workers with a wide range of skills, through extensive induction and awareness training ensuring that they have the knowledge and skills to work in partnership with our students. Our support workers continue to receive support throughout their journey at KEYFORT, where they have access to CPD, shadowing, supervisions and workshops to further enhance and develop their skills.

Working in partnership is essential to the support we provide. We take pride in ensuring we meet the needs of our commissioners. We have built great relationships with the disability advisors, social workers and solicitors we work with and that they can rely on contacting us if additional support is required.


See our comprehensive list of Education Services below.


See our comprehensive list of Education Services below.

our Education Support Packages

All staff, along with their personal experience undergo in depth in-house training covering all support types and remits along with condition awareness including mental health, learning disabilities, autism and first aid.

Band 1
Practical Support Assistant
Library Support Assistant
Workshop and Laboratory Assistance
Sighted Guide
Proof Reader

Band 2
Examination Support Worker
Manual Note Taker

Band 3
Electronic Note Taker
Specialist Transcription Service

Band 4
Mental Health Mentor
Autism Spectrum Mentor
Specialist Autism Spectrum Study Skills Tutor
SPLD Study Skills Tutor

DSA-QAG Price List

DSA-QAG Price List

Download our full DSA-QAG price list for Education Services

Our Team

Our Team

All of our managers and coordinators have experience supporting individuals with a wide range of conditions and they understand the challenges support workers face and can help to find solutions to overcome them. Our coordinators pride themselves on matching the students and support workers according to student preferences and focus on supporting them to meet the needs of the student. We aim to provide the best service to all our students.

The Team

Kelly Geleman - Deputy Director

Danielle Haldane - Senior Operations Manager


Emily Taylor - Service Manager

Helen Rowe - Academic Support Coordinator

Zahira Mohammed - Specialist Support Coordinator

Leanne Wylie - Rota and Support Coordinator


Sarah Oliver - Service Manager

Helen English - Specialist Support Coordinator


Angela Garrido-Ledo - Service Manager

Deborah Kirkwood - Specialist Academic Support Coordinator


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Education Jobs

Education Jobs

KEYFORT Education Recruitment Flowchart

1. Complete Application Form

Once completed please email to

2. Shortlisting

We review all applications and shortlist according to set criteria such as education, experience and skills. If successful, you will receive an email invite to interview. 

3. Interview

The interview will last up to 1 hour and will take place at your local office. Your right to work and other documentation will be checked and copied. You will be contacted regarding the outcome of the interview, usually within the next 7 days. 

4. Offer Letter and HR Forms

If successful at the interview stage, you will receive an offer letter along with an email containing HR documents to be completed and returned.

5. DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service) Form and I.D.

Dependent upon the role you have applied for we will process a DBS Form. This requires us seeing two forms of I.D. (e.g. passport, driving license) AND proof of address (e.g. bank statement, utility bill from the last 3 months). We will send a DBS application form along with your offer letter which must be completed and returned.

6. References Requests

We will now contact your references. We require two references which must be either an employer or an academic reference. 

7. Training

Once you have returned your HR documents and your references and DBS form have been processed, we will invite you to induction training. You will be issued with a contract pack to sign and return before the training. The induction training is paid at the national minimum wage and take 2 to 5 days to complete dependent on the role. Training runs on weekdays between 9am and 5pm. 

8. Starting Work

Once you have completed your training you will be contacted by a coordinator to start work, arrange further individual training or shadowing sessions with service users.