Some Frequently Asked Questions

How often do these workshops run?
We run the workshops twice a year

What time do the workshops start and finish?
All workshops will be held from 13.15-16.30 with a light sandwich lunch at 12.30pm

How many workshops can I attend?
You can attend as many workshops as you wish, so long as they’re not oversubscribed.

How many people come to each workshop?
In order for the participants to get the most out of the workshop no more than 15 participants attend each workshop

What happens if I sign up then get a last minute job?
Please let us know straight away so we can allocate your space to someone on the waiting list.

What happens if I have to leave a workshop early?
That’s fine, so long as you let us know in advance.

Where are the workshops held?
All workshops will be held at Plouviez House, London, EC1N 8RU.
The nearest tube stations are Farringdon and Chancery Lane–about a 5-10 minutes away.

I’m travelling from outside London and I don’t think I can afford the travel costs, can you help?
We can help with travel costs, if this is a barrier for you to attending the workshop. Please tick the relevant box on the booking form and we will get in touch with you.

A workshop I want to take is fully booked! What can I do?
The best option is to send an email to application@thewaytowork.org.uk to say which workshop you are interested in attending. We will notify you as soon as the space becomes available.

Who are the workshop facilitators?
We have three great workshop facilitators:
Zena Everett – Zena is an international Executive Coaching and Speaker on Career Resilience, Transformation and Confidence. After starting then running a successful recruitment business, Zena managed her own career change, selling the business and retraining as an Organisational Psychologist and Cognitive Behavioural Coach. More info: http://www.zenaeverett.com/

Simonne Gnessen – Simonne is founder of Wise Monkey Financial Coaching, one of a handful of firms in the UK offering an alternative to traditional financial advice. Her work has been featured in the national press, on BBC radio and television programmes and in a variety of women’s magazines. More info: https://financial-coaching.co.uk/

Denise Perry – Denise is the Director of Survive In Dance. “I have mentored and advised artists for over 18 years. Trained emerging artists, choreographers and producers, and delivered apprenticeships. Devised training programmes here and abroad including the UK’s first university degree module in integrated choreography. Articles published in 3 magazines including Dance UK magazine. Presented at conferences in Spain, Japan, Sweden, Albania, Bulgaria and Romania. Presented on UK Trade and Investment Course Exporting to Spain and ITC International Touring Course. TV credits include UK, Albania, Romania and Bulgaria. Fundraised and delivered over £1million for dance.” More info: https://www.surviveindance.com

If you have any questions about the workshops, please feel free to email us at info@thewaytowork.org.uk

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