Ms Ceri Ellerton
Ceri has eighteen years professional experience co-ordinating services, providing training, and working with people with a variety of disabilities, including people with sensory impairment and people with learning disabilities, in a variety of social care organisations. She is a qualified Rehabilitation Officer for Visually Impaired people, gained the PGCE (Post-compulsory) in 2010, and completed the MSc in Social Science Research Methods in 2011.
Research interests include the impact of disability on educational experiences and outcomes, policy and pedagogical practice in inclusive education, issues of identity and psycho-social adjustment for people with disabilities, and the development of accessible research methods for people with a range of disabilities.
PhD Topic / Area
The experiences and outcomes of visually impaired people in further education in Wales.