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Training required in career advice


A member of my staff runs our organisation's graduate scheme. As graduates progress into their third and final year, we help them to find permanent positions within the organisation.

There are plenty of options for career paths since we're a large public sector organisation, although opportunities often depend on funding and timing.

Any ideas for training to help undertake this role? We're based in the south west.
julie mansfield

2 Responses

  1. thoughts on finding the right role
    Perhaps you could consider training/licencing the advisory staff member in a profiling tool. They would then be in a position to help the individual identify the most suitable position/path for their future, or, some life coaching training so they felt able to provide the sort of support needed at this stage (for the individuals to make their own educated choice/decision). Happy people in the right roles lead to preferable levels of staff retention!
    All the best

  2. Career anchors
    Edgar scheins career anchors is a well recognised tool that take you through a series of activities and reflections on issues relevant to your career and help you to clarify your own thinking and make sense of your career to date


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