Kane Husbands has worked with Access Aspiration since 2013 and has been focused on providing young people with training opportunities to both improve their own individual professional development, but also to encourage self-reflective practice through training. Kane has drawn on theatre technique and tradition to look at what soft-skills we can learn from performance to apply to employment training. Kane is a theatre director specialising in movement, physical theatre and choreography and with working with the youth, education and emerging talent sector. He has his own company ‘The PappyShow’, and is an associate for ‘National Youth Theatre of Great Britain’ and ‘Squint Theatre’. Kane choreographed the Olympic and Paralympic Team Welcome Ceremonies and then went onto direct for the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games. Kane has choreographed dance-theatre pieces that have toured China, directed mass-ensemble site-specific performances and developed regional community theatre pieces. His work has taken him across the UK, Europe and the Middle East. As a movement director, choreographer and facilitator, Kane has worked with National Theatre, Old Vic Theatre, MAC Birmingham, Sheffield Crucible, SCOOP Outdoor Theatre, Rose Bruford College, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, National Youth Theatre, King Abdulaziz Centre for World Culture, National Theatre Scotland, Tricycle Theatre and others.