Changing your career following redundancy
Dealing With Redundancy
Losing your job can be one of the hardest things you have to face in life.
Whatever happens, and whatever your circumstances, there are always positives you can take from the situation. The important thing is not that you have lost your job, but how you deal with losing your job.
The internet is a fantastic place to keep educated and help guide you through redundancy. We have put together some articles we believe will help you prepare for your new future, whether you are looking for more information, money guides or mental health support, please check out the links below:
Steps to your future career
Redundancy can mean new opportunities, including the chance to retrain for a new career. It is important to keep educated and explore all options for retraining, as well as the financial support available to help you on the path to your new future. You might find that losing your job opens the door to a new career.
Adding to your existing skills or gaining qualifications in a new area are good ways of improving your chances of getting another job. They could also give your confidence a well-needed boost.
You’ll find lots of retraining choices open to you when you’ve been made redundant, from apprenticeships and internships to part-time, full-time or distance study courses at college, university or training centres.
With nearly 30 years of experience in the gas training industry, we pride ourselves at being the UK’s #1 gas plumbing training and assessment specialists. Our success is driven by partnerships with some of the industry’s most reputable organisations. Allowing us to provide every student with a 100% guaranteed local work placement out in the industry.
We are a family at Brookhouse and we believe the best way for you to get to know us better is by listening to what our fantastic students have to say about us. Why not check out some of the volunteered testimonials from our satisfied trainees here: https://www.brookhousetraining.com/success/
Along with the stress, anxiety and grief you might feel after losing your job, it’s likely you’ll have the added stress of financial anxiety. We would like to support you during this time as much as possible and give everyone the ability to explore a career in gas without the financial worry.Finance is available for all of our gas courses, helping you to spread the cost of your new career with manageable monthly instalments, spread over a period of time to suit your budget.
We are partnered with Ideal4Finance who deal with a number of lenders in order to deliver the best possible finance option for you. To find out more and complete our short and simple application form please click here: https://www.brookhousetraining.com/ideal4finance/
At Brookhouse we understand whether expected or sudden, redundancy can cause huge uncertainty and stress. Our aim is to provide you with support and guidance every step of the way, our team of dedicated professionals are on hand to make this transition as easy as possible for you.