If you’ve recently been made redundant, you’ll know that it’s a very challenging experience, both financially and mentally. Experts have likened the emotional trauma of unexpected job loss to that of bereavement because there is a similar grieving process as you adapt to your changed circumstances.
This short course is intended to make this experience as painless as possible and will walk you through practical guidance, as well as discuss how to deal with the negative emotions you might be feeling. You’ll learn more about your rights during the redundancy process along with how to contest your employer’s decision, financial planning advice, how to prepare yourself to re-enter working life, and more. We’ll also talk you through the mental health challenges you might be facing, and how to start thinking about your happiness moving forward. This course is delivered via interactive eBooks and printable PDFs which can be studied at your own pace, in your own time.
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What you'll learn
Unit 1 - Dealing with redundancy
In this interactive eBook, we’ll talk you through your rights, how to check for any state help that you might be entitled to, tips on planning your finances, and how to start thinking about how to find happiness moving forward.
Unit 2 - Redundancy and your mental health
In section two, we’ll discuss how to deal with mental health issues you might be facing after redundancy, and suggest some rules you should stick to which might make the transition easier.
Unit 3 - Life after redundancy
In the final section, we’ll help you start to think about your next steps. Should you stay in the same sector, or consider re-training? You’ll receive helpful pointers on how to decide what’s best for you, and be truly happy in your working life moving forward.
At the end of this course, you’ll have all the tools and skills you needed to help cope with redundancy and move forward.
How is this course assessed or examined?
There are no assessments to complete on this course.
There are no formal entry requirements for this course, however, it is recommended that you have an intermediate ability to read and write English.