Coaching - Work It Out

Are you a young woman aged 16-30 living in England or Wales? Get free life, confidence and work coaching with Work It Out! 

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What is Work It Out Life and Career Confidence Coaching?

Work It Out - Coaching is a FREE service for young women aged 16-30 that can help you feel more confident and ready for work. You get your own professional coach who works with you one on one. They can speak to you at times that are flexible, including evenings and weekends. Sign up now!

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Some things your coach can help you with...

Figuring out what you want to do

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Recognising your best skills

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Staying motivated

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Mental health, relationships, family or money

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Transforming your confidence

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How to be your best in job interviews

Thinking about your future

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Making a plan

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How does it work?

Coaching is all done over the phone (or email or WhatsApp if that’s better for you), so you don’t need to go anywhere to meet your coach in person. Once you’ve signed up a coach will usually get in touch with you within a couple of days. They’ll say hello via text, email or a call (you say what you’d prefer in the form) and arrange a good time for your first chat.

Young women usually have between one and six coaching sessions with their Work It Out coach. You can book one session to see how you get along with your coach know, and it's up to you whether you want to have more or not. Our approach is that you are the expert, and you can decide what you want.

Find out more about what coaching is and how the service works here.

Read about the positive impact Work It Out can have on your life in our 2016/17 Evaluation Report

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How do I sign up?

Click here to get started or get in touch on:

0808 808 8099 / 07400 553 880

*Calls to the 0808 number are free from all major mobile networks. To the mobile number, your standard network rates will apply. Please note, coaching calls are recorded for quality and monitoring purposes.