Webinars and Online Events

Free webinars and online events

Register to join our upcoming monthly live webinars focusing on career, wellbeing and employability advice. Our YWTea events are open to all young woman aged 18 to 30, living in England and Wales.


How to write a great CV and make it stand out!

Date Thursday 21 September
Time 12pm to 1pm

Join Venn Group and Coach Janine for a YWTea as we look into what makes your CV stand out. This webinar will look at top tips and myths around creating a super CV.

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How to switch to a career in tech

Date Wednesday 11 October
Time 12pm to 1pm

Ever wondered what a career in the Tech industry would be like and curious on how to make the move? Whether that’s an IT role itself, Sales, HR or Marketing, the industry has a lot to offer including great job opportunities, high growth, competitive salaries, work-life balance and more.

We’ve partnered with Cisco to join us at this YWTea to share insights into what it’s like being a woman in the industry and personal stories from women of Cisco on how they themselves moved into tech and up the corporate ladder. We will also be joined by a specialist to share their top tips on how to land a job, particularly focusing on how to write a career change CV and best entry points for those without experience.

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Women in rail: What you need to know to start and progress your career in the UK rail industry

Date Thursday 26 October
Time 12pm to 1pm

Learning about different industries and job functions can help with our job searches. Join our Work It Out coach Janine and employees from Network Rail High Speed and gain first-hand insight on what it’s like for women to work in the UK rail industry. This interactive YWTea is for all young women aged 18 to 30 who want to hear more about entry level and career progression within the rail industry and the varied opportunities and initiatives that are on offer. Come along and hear personal stories as well as top tips from women that have been encouraged and supported to fulfil their potential at Network Rail High Speed.

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The speakers were all excellent and really knowledgeable. I left feeling motivated and glad I attended.

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Tips on how to build a career in insurance

Date Thursday 16 November
Time 12pm to 1pm

We’ve partnered with Direct Line Group, one of the largest UK home and motor insurers, so you can hear from women working in the industry. They’ll be sharing their personal career stories and tips for how you can get into the industry.

The UK insurance industry is one of the largest insurance markets in the world – contributing substantially to the UK economy by way of gross written premiums and as an employment industry of choice. In 2020, over 113,000 in the UK workforce were directly employed by an insurance company; and this doesn’t account for those who work for insurers through consultancy organisations. Insurance is more than just sales and claims it covers new technologies, engineering, data, marketing, resource planning and lots more.

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My Money

Date Wednesday 13 December
Time 12pm to 1pm

Join Surviving Economic Abuse as we explore the term “Economic Safety”. We will talk about how are economic safety is dependent on many different factors and confidence with money and finances is one of them. This workshop will offer a starting point to think about how we prioritise our spending, what is important to you and what you can do when you are worried or concerned about your economic safety.

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Money workshop with The Money Charity

Young Women’s Trust have teamed up with The Money Charity to run a 2-hour money workshop. We will cover the following topics:

  • Understanding the financial challenges women face throughout their lives
  • Common money myths about women and money
  • How to build a positive relationship with money and boost confidence to make good financial decisions
  • Creating a spending plan (budget)
  • How to read a payslip
  • Credit, borrowing and credit scores
  • How to access support for debt
  • Keeping your money and identify safe
  • Savings and how to make your money go further
  • Organisations offering free, credible support

This workshop is free of charge. All attendees will receive a free digital copy of The Money Manual. You will never be offered financial products or services during or after this workshop.

Available dates

Date: 11 November
Time: 11am to 1pm
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