WLAs have been involved in a Mid-Life Career Review Project to help people think about themselves, jobs and careers in mid-life and have carried out mid-life reviews with colleagues.
How did WLAs carry out mid-life reviews?
WLAs used a questionnaire to find out mid-life issues of interest to colleagues (you can download this at the bottom of this page).
Some WLAs carried out reviews involving one-to-one discussions/signposting to useful organisations (you can download info on useful organisations/links/resources at the bottom of this page).
Some WLAs brought in speakers to run group sessions on mid-life issues (eg careers, finance, health & well-being).
For info – Some of the WLAs/WLA staff involved in the project have now agreed to become Mid-Life Champions to offer support to others who may want to carry out mid-life reviews in their workplaces. You can contact them for more info …
Tina Ashby was involved in reviews at Voluntary Action Leeds – E: email@example.com
Roy Harper and Mark Bowen were involved in reviews at BG Futures in Lincoln – E: firstname.lastname@example.org & email@example.com
Becky Smiles was involved in reviews at Alex Smiles Limited in Sunderland – E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wendy Black was involved in reviews at The Rum Story in Whitehaven, Cumbria – E: email@example.com
Liz & Graham Johnston were involved in reviews in the Northern regions – E: firstname.lastname@example.org & email@example.com
Why not ….
Watch this video to see some of the people involved – http://www.youtube.com and search for NIACE Mid-Life.
Have a look at the Mid Life Career Review Web Based Platform – http://xtlearn.net/p/mlcr – Lots of free info and resources.