Who is Refreshing a Career For?
It is common for people to return to work after a long period and find it an enormous challenge. You feel like the professional world has changed in your absence, you might feel like you have lost some of the skills you attained or that your previous experience now counts for nothing. You might be unaware of what training opportunities are available, what legislation and regulations have changed in certain industries, and what new technologies now enable you to do.
Refreshing a Career is aimed at people facing that situation. It guides them through the process by partnering them with people, putting them in touch with helpful organisations, and finding the right opportunities. Perhaps most importantly, it emboldens them with the confidence to go back into the professional world and fulfil the potential they definitely still have.
Refreshing a Career is aimed at:
If you are leaving or have recently left the military, we have set up a comprehensive guide to successfully and smoothly transitioning into civilian life.
Visit our Ex-Miltary Support Hub →
If you or a family member were formerly incarcerated or are currently involved in the UK criminal justice system, we have developed a guide just for you.
Visit our Ex-Offender Support Hub →
Parenthood always has and always will throw life plans, commitments and responsibilities in the air. Our guidance gives you a hand catching them.
Visit our Parenthood Support Hub →
Are you an older person who is thinking of changing careers, or are currently out of work? If so, you have come to the right place.
Visit our Older Workers Support Hub →
Whether you are homeless, at risk of homelessness, or know someone who is homeless, we have compiled several tailored guides for you.
Visit our Homelessness Support Hub →
Not in Employment, Education or Training (NEET)
Not in Employment, Education or Training (NEET) is a difficult position to be in. We have compiled guidance tailored to each of the different kinds of NEET job seekers.
Visit our NEET Support Hub →
If you or a family member thinks they might be about to be made redundant, or have already been made redundant, we have created a whole section of information and guidance dedicated to you.
Visit our Redundant Workers Support Hub →