Are you: A woman wanting to return to work after a break? A woman seeking to improve career prospects through education or training? An adviser providing education or training or an employer keen to develop your awareness of the opportunities available to women? If you are any of these you need the Eighth Edition of Returning to Work: a directory of education and training for women. Compiled by the Women Returners Network, this unique directory of education and training for women has been completely revised. It provides information on over 1, 700 courses across the UK which offer opportunities and facilities that enable women returners to participate in, for example: shortened-day timetables to fit in with school hours; hands-on experience with information technology equipment; job-sampling experience; the opportunity to assess abilities, discover new interests, widen horizons and develop confidence; and guidance and counselling sessions. Returning to Work also gives vital information on: how to find out what education and training is available; key national training providers; eligibility for mandatory grants and details of awards and sponsorship schemes; national organizations offering further support for women returning to education or training or employment; and local contact points for further information and advice in county or region.Individuals seeking information should contact a local careers or guidance officer for information about their nearest ECCTIS database access point. Higher Education ... Runs workshops for women considering job /career change or returning to work after a break. One-to-one advice also available. Fees are charged foranbsp;...
|Title||:||Returning to Work|
|Author||:||Women Returners Women Returners' Network, Women Returners' Network|
|Publisher||:||SAGE - 1996-05-28|