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“Coaching has given me the encouragement to break down the things that are intimidating into digestible chunks, to make it tangible. I feel I’m on a road to success – a road I had been off of for so long – I feel now I’ve got the engine running and it’s full steam ahead.”

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Coached To Success

We offer coaching and support to anybody who desires either a new career path or seeking sustainable employment. We are able to help anybody who currently faces barriers such as confidence, direction, fulfilment issues, those made redundant, seeking career change, unemployed for a period of time etc.

Working in partnership with the Department of Work and Pensions, Hands-Free have developed the Pathfinder Programmes. Designed from the ground up, these focus on supporting individuals to re-gain that all important confidence in their own skills & abilities, and show them how to open up opportunities by focusing their talents towards finding sustainable employment and a career.

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Look how far you’ve come

Underpinning each of the Pathfinder programmes is the ‘Distance Travelled’ progress tracker, this enables us to demonstrate the impact Pathfinder has had on each participants employability and health and is completed at key stages in the Pathfinder programme.

The Pathfinder Programmes are for everyone and is not designed to replace, or become an alternative to counselling or therapy.

PATHFINDER|One2One provides 10 hours of 1-2-1 pre-employment support

PATHFINDER|Group is derived from the popular One2One programme but in a group setting of up to eight jobseekers

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Next Steps?

If you are interested in taking part in a Pathfinder programme please contact your local JobCentre Plus, which you can find here or to read more about the Pathfinder programme click here.

If you would like to discuss Pathfinder please get in touch today.

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