List of FAQs:
- How your CPO will help you
- What really happens in an Assessment?
- What to expect at each step of the Mobility Pathway
- Why me? I should have to do this
1. How your CPO will help you
When you commence the mobility pathway you will be assigned a Career Placement Officer (CPO) for your entire time on the pathway. They will ensure that you have all of the relevant tools, information and support in order for you to get the most from your pathway experience.
Your CPO will:
- Get to know you by reviewing your skills, experience and qualifications whilst also determining which agencies and roles they are able to be transferred to.
- Regularly speak with you, advising you of potential matches and will collaborate with you to determine which matches are deemed suitable.
- Communicate with an agency if you need more information on a potential match.
- Support you to feel confident and fully prepared when attending interviews through coaching, mentoring, and providing interview practice tailored to meet the specific requirements of the role.
- Treat you like an individual, whilst being truthful, respectful, and committed to achieving your pathway goals.
2. What really happens in an Assessment?
3. What to expect at each step of the Mobility Pathway process
4. Why me? I shouldn’t have to do this
You’re right. You shouldn’t have to do this.
Going through a company restructure can be an unpleasant experience which can stir up a variety of unwanted emotions such as resentment, anger and bitterness which are all quite normal. Life’s probably thrown you into challenging situations before and it most likely won’t be the last.
In these situations, it may be an idea to weigh up the positives and negatives which can assist in instilling a positive mindset even in the most challenging of circumstances. Consider the following:
- If we never experienced challenges in life, how do we truly develop as people? It’s through overcoming challenges that we learn the most valuable lessons.
- Challenges help us to build character
- Sharing your insights with others who are experiencing a similar set of circumstances can make you feel great.
- It can get you out of your comfort zone and open up opportunities that you had never dreamed of.