Coaching

At The Graduate Coaching Partnership, we work with you all the way from education to employment.

Our aim is to ensure we bring out the skills, behaviours and attitudes in addition to your academic achievements that make you ‘work ready’ and put you in the best position to land the graduate level job that matches your aspirations.

We use a combination of practical advice and coaching in a supportive environment

Our approach is to work with you to create a job roadmap, YOUR job roadmap, setting out the steps you need to take to ensure you have the best chance possible of landing the job you want and making the most of the opportunity when you have done so.

It’s very much a partnership – we use a combination of practical advice and coaching in a supportive environment – and you own the outcome; for example we will provide guidance and review of a cv, but we don’t write it for you.

Getting started

We start off with an initial phone conversation (which is free) to talk about your particular situation. Not everyone will need or want to work through the whole roadmap, so feel free to call and discuss your requirements.

If you decide that coaching isn’t for you after that call, don’t worry, there is no obligation to proceed.

We also offer coaching by Skype or by telephone.

Our coaching is usually carried out face-to-face but depending on your location, we also offer coaching by Skype or by telephone. There is email back-up throughout.

We’d love to hear from you so contact us now to find out how we can help you.

Up and running

You will receive coaching and support throughout.

The time taken to work with you through the whole roadmap, from education to employment, will differ from person to person, but you will receive coaching and support throughout the complete process. The coaching sessions are normally 1–1½ hours on a weekly or fortnightly basis but with a great degree of flexibility, for example when you’ve just been told about that interview and want to put in some preparation time with your coach.

What is the Road Map?