It is not uncommon to discover you need a career change, even if you have been in a sector for years. The same goes for young people looking for a potential career switch. Our Career Change Guide aims to provide perspective on your career while presenting options you may not have considered or even been aware of.
The best midlife career changes UK-wide are ones that align with your personal needs and goals. Whether you are looking for a career change at 40 or at 25, it is important to find somewhere that supports your goals and unique work life balance so that you may be satisfied.
Studies show that throughout various industries, the workplace is becoming more and more challenging. Issues with working from home, hybrid working, the recession and workload pressures; many individuals are fearing workplace burnout and it’s not hard to see why.
But what really is ‘burnout’ and what can we do to avoid it? Our Career Change Guide explores the current state of the workplace and the negative impact this could be having on your mental wellbeing.
Our Career Change Guide demonstrates how taking an exciting alternative route in your professional development can prove to be transformational for you as an individual.
We also share how you can become part of a powerful movement and champion our unique approach to care to truly change the lives of people in your community.
to maximise your potential.
to find fulfilment.
that requires no prior experience.
It doesn’t matter if you are considering a career change at 50, or making a career change at 30. With dedicated job retraining, there is an opportunity for you with us at Radfield Home Care.
Our Princess Royal training award-winning Radfield Runway Programme provides a structured onboarding process for franchise partners. With no prior experience required, our dedicated training will establish you as a successful business owner and provide ongoing support as you grow.
Franchise Partner, James Beech, was looking for a change in career when he discovered Radfield Home Care franchising.
“I looked into other roles within the same sector that I’d previously worked in, but I decided that I was getting towards the tail end of my career, so it was the right time to look at building something for myself.”
“I would say that providing care is very rewarding for me, it’s about the difference that you make to people’s lives, and it is a genuine difference – we see that day-in and day-out. It’s the fact that we support a lot of vulnerable people and I think we do genuinely add value to their lives and make a difference to those.”
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