For Your Career Transition
At asa we are committed to supporting you to successfully identify and achieve the next stage of your career.
- 12 hours of 1 : 1 career coaching
- CV production / interview technique guidance
- 6 month’s access to MyWorkSearch on-line
- Telephone / email access to career coach between meetings
- Psychometric assessment and feedback
- Reference Material – Securing a New Future workbook
- Seminars at asa office
Your programme is designed to meet your individual requirements, whether you wish to change job, set up a new business or seek a portfolio / alternative lifestyle. Every situation is different and our commitment is to help you to make sensible, appropriate and realistic decisions about your future.
The programme will be delivered in person at a location near your home and remotely by telephone and e-mail. The backbone of your programme is the provision of in-depth, one-to-one counselling and coaching sessions with a dedicated executive career coach. The combination of 1 : 1 coaching and job search resources will assist you in achieving your career goal.
Your Programme includes;
An initial discussion to cover your expectations, career management needs and to identify the most appropriate career coach to work with you.
12 hours of 1 : 1 coaching support. These sessions are typically delivered in 2 hour sessions. The sessions are bespoke and cover;
- Introduction to coach
- Programme objectives
- Personality Profile
- Review of options
- Understanding of values, skills, interests, achievements, strengths and limitations
- CV / personal biography development and production
- How to prepare a self-marketing plan
- Guidance on job responses, recruiter introductions, networking and speculative approaches
- Interview preparation and role-play, with / without CCTV, feedback and analysis
Access to career coach via telephone and e- mail between meetings
6 months access to MyWorkSearch on-line to assist you to;
- identify relevant sources of job vacancies – we list these by function, industry and country as well as covering the generalist sources
- find the recruiters who specialise in appointments relevant to you – by salary, function, industry
- identify relevant companies to target directly – by industry sector and size – and then find more information about them
- learn about the research sources for your profession or job functions
- research sources for industry sectors and learn about new markets
- investigate other career options – such as interim management, non-executive directorships, training, MBAs etc
- get background information about starting your own business
Reference Material – Securing Your New Future Workbook
Training Seminars at asa office;
- Presentation Skills
- Networking Skills
- Research and Information Skills
Financial planning advice (with an FSA registered adviser) can be arranged if requested.