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“The harder you work, the luckier you get” We sat down with Career Coach Andrew to discuss how your career journey can take various different twists and turns, but you will always end up where you are meant to be. The outcome? An inspiring career story that shows you don’t have to have […]
“Success is not final, failure is not fatal, it is the courage to continue that counts” We sat down with Project Co-ordinator Sam to discuss the importance of pursuing a career with purpose and finding meaning in the work that you do every day. The outcome? An uplifting career story that reminds us that […]
Stacey attended an NHS staff development session hosted by the Better Jobs, Better Futures team and signed up for support hoping to progress within her role. Stacey was working as a Mental Health Liaison Nurse but looking to take the next step on her career journey. With support from Career Coach Lynsey, Stacey found the […]
“Be proud of the work you do, the person you are and the difference you make” We sat down with Receptionist, Kirsty, to discuss the importance of evaluating your situation and aligning your values to your role. The outcome? An inspiring career story that proves that time gives us perspective and its ok to […]
“It’s not about how many times you get knocked down, it’s how many times you get back up and carry on”
Before the pandemic, Jade was working in two different hospitality roles to support herself and build her employability skills whilst she decided what she wanted to do long-term in her career. Jade had always been very artistic and wanted to utilise her skills, but was undecided whether education, employment or an apprenticeship would be more […]
Catrin discovered her passion for hairdressing while volunteering at a local hair salon before enrolling onto a Level 1 Hairdressing course at Gower College Swansea. Due to a disability which affects her hands and joints, Catrin found the practical nature of the course incredibly challenging. Despite the flair and enthusiasm she was showing for her […]