Some of the things you may want to consider when facing redundancy:
Identifying your transferrable skills
Improving job search skills
Knowing your rights
Understanding your different emotions
Sorting your finances
Funding further learning
Please complete our redundancy support questionnaire and we will get in touch to assist you further: https://survey.alchemer.eu/s3/90604951/Redundancy-Support
Other sources of information:
If you have been made redundant or unemployed in the past 12 months, or you are under current notice of redundancy, you could be entitled to ReAct funding to retrain or update your skills.
You should contact Working Wales for information, advice and guidance about the support available. You can make an appointment by calling 0800 028 4844 or visit: https://workingwales.gov.wales/how-we-can-help/redundancy-support
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Personal Learning Accounts
A Personal Learning Account will allow you to study fully funded, flexible part-time courses around your existing responsibilities.
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Looking after your mental health
Whether expected or sudden, redundancy can cause huge uncertainty, stress and anxiety
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