We know it takes time and effort to find the ideal job that works for women wanting to return to work after having a family and finding a job role that fits around family responsibilities. After not working for a while confidence and motivation may be low and there may be feeling of uncertainty of where or how to start looking for the next job.
Helping mums back to work
Suited for Success has teamed up with Career Mums - experts in helping mums back to work - to bring this free interactive webinar for Back to Work Mums on 11th November.
The webinar presenter, Nisha Metha, is a mum of two and a joint director at Career Mums who are a Midlands-based social enterprise specialising in helping parents to return to work after a career break and inspire them to thrive in their careers. Nishi's professional background includes Employment and Skills and is a qualified Personal Performance coach.
Nishi will take the webinar attendees through 8 steps to prepare for securing your ideal next job including:
Job Search Outcomes
Find your cheerleader squad
Self-care & rewards
11:00 to 11:15: Arrival and introductions
11:15 to 12:15: Interactive workshop session
12:15 to 12:30: Feedback and next steps
Webinar follow-up support also includes:
Guidance to create, review and update your CV
One-to-one interview coaching and employment advice
Dressing and Styling for job interviews online Masterclass
A one-to-one dressing appointment at Suited for Success and the provision of a FREE interview outfit ( including a free beauty goody bag)
Booking is essential and places are limited. Before attending the webinar attendees must watch a short pre-workshop intro video.
If clients don't have access to the internet at home Suited for Success has limited spaces to access the online workshop at our centre in one of our purpose-built video interview booths.All attendees must also live in the West Midlands.
Next webinar event on 20th January available to book soon.
For more information or to register for the next webinare daye please get in touch by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 0121 236 7770