We use a researched based, person-centred model to help you move through your current position to plan the next phase of your career and beyond. This model covers three main stages:
Review: explore your current situation:- you, your career and your aspirations.
Revisit your achievements, acknowledge those harboured regrets. During this stage I help you to explore your values, interests and personality. Next we can look at your assets, achievements and abilities. Delve into what you enjoy doing and what your good at. What makes you tick, will motivate you and keep you sustained.
Decide:discover opportunities, widen your horizons, weigh-up options, make decisions.
At this point we look outwards at the job market, skills demands, future changes in work and the career possibilities that you could explore for the near or distant future. Here, we can cover job search skills, including job applications, CVs, job interviews, and building you own personal brand online.
Action: walk away with a completed individual careers guidance action plan.
This will record a summary of our discussions and set out key actions that will help you to manage your career development. An accountability call is included and we can agree the time frame for this. You’re not on your own.
Services for Individuals
Currently, you can choose from three programmes. We can agree which programme is most suitable for you and your budget at your free discovery introductory call. This initial call is without any obligation. You can find out more information about each programme on the following pages.
Quality, person-centred career guidance
Our careers guidance services are delivered meeting the standards set out in the Career Development Institutes’ Code of Ethics. These can be found at: https://www.thecdi.net/Code-of-Ethics
For more information about our Quality Standards covering equality and green pledges, please check out here.
For a FREE 20 minute discovery introductory call click below to book an appointment.
“Finding myself in the position of being made redundant at the age of 60 yrs, was scary, as having always managed to find work in the past, this time felt very different. Unsure of how to proceed, with tasks such as writing a CV, also what jobs I could apply for with the skills I had. Yvonne, was very supportive and encouraged me to discuss my current situation, and look at what my future aspirations were. At the end of the discussion I was given an action plan, that I could use as a tool to work with. The time Yvonne gave me was extremely valuable and allowed me to gain confidence in moving forward.” Sue M, Devon, Early Years Education Manager