Meet the LIMITLESS Team

Tania Perkins

Project Manager

Tania has worked on multiple educational projects and has been involved in community education programmes for the last 19 years. Having received her PGCE in 2001, she had worked on employability projects delivering work-related curriculum as well as personal and social education. Tania joined Threshold in 2016 and is currently project managing several European-funded educational projects. She specialises in training for the Violence Against Women, Domestic Abuse, and Sexual Violence (VAWDASV) Sector and is involved in its delivery. Although Tania was originally a science graduate, her interest and passion lies in women’s advocacy, particularly in campaigning against violence against women and girls.

 

 

Debbie Williams

Administrative Officer

Having worked previously on education and employability projects in the community, Debbie joined Threshold in 2019 and is responsible for the administration and data management for the LIMITLESS Programme.

 

 

Leanne Copeland

Curriculum Development Officer

Leanne is currently developing our online learning portal. She is a qualified teacher and has worked in Education and Training for 16 years. She has experience in developing and delivering training within a wide range of educational settings.

Leanne has specialisms in Literacy, Numeracy, and ICT. She also has a teaching degree and qualifications in Quality Assurance and Digital literacy.

 

 

Louise Daniels

Engagement and Tutor

Louise is an experienced teacher and since gaining her PGCE in 1984, she has taught across a wide range of audiences – from children and young people in schools to community groups and professionals. Louise is a Restorative Justice Practitioner /Trainer and CEOPS Ambassador. She currently delivers Safeguarding and Domestic Abuse courses for the LIMITLESS Programme. Louise has an interest in the Violence Against Women, Domestic Abuse, and Sexual Violence (VAWDASV) Sector.

 

 

Layla Lucas

Project Co-ordinator

Layla has worked for Threshold for 4 years in various roles within the education department. Layla is currently the Project Coordinator for the LIMITLESS Programme. She is a qualified teacher and has worked in alternative education for 14 years. She has experience in developing curriculum and adapting courses to suit different learning styles. Layla is also a qualified Assessor and Internal Quality Assurer.

 

 

Odette Ansell

Tutor

Having joined the organisation in 2019 and working from our Llanelli office, Odette has been involved in a number of our different projects. Odette is an experienced tutor with over 15 years of experience as an education practitioner. She is a fully qualified teacher and has delivered training in a variety of different sectors from mainstream secondary education to adult lifelong learning. As a design graduate, Odette enjoys delivering Art/Craft type activities for therapy and wellbeing but also specialises in the delivery of Personal and Social Education courses such as mental health awareness and developing personal confidence.

 

 

Tricia Perkins

Tutor and Curriculum Development Officer

Trish is an experienced teacher with over 17 years of experience in the secondary school system, teaching children and young adults from 11 to 18. Having received her PGCE in 2001, she specialised in technology subjects, although she has also delivered courses ranging from art, psychology, and the social sciences at GCSE and A level. She joined Threshold in September 2019 and is currently delivering a range of training for the LIMITLESS Programme, as well as writing a curriculum to expand the courses available. With an interest in environmental and psychology, Trish currently delivers training for the Environmental Awareness course, as well as for Personal and Social Education courses such as Mental Health and Stress, and Personal Confidence.

 

 

Carol Connelly

Tutor for Active Inclusion

Carol has worked within her own community and with families in a Local Authority for over twenty-five years. She retired but felt her own learning days were not quite over. After gaining a degree in her mid-sixties she went on to gain a teaching qualification for over sixteen education. She believes the learners can gain confidence both in their own abilities and personal confidence in themselves.

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