One-to-one support and advice for your job search
Our pre-employment service is perfect if you need a bit of extra support with your job search. You’ll work with one of our friendly, experienced coaches, who’ll help you search and apply for jobs, create and update your CV and prepare for interviews.
Sessions are all virtual - via Zoom or on the phone, whichever you prefer – and you’ll receive a follow-up email afterwards summarising what you’ve talked about, so you don't need to worry about taking notes! And if you want a parent, carer, partner or friend to join you on the call, that’s absolutely fine.
How our coaches can help you
CV Creation and Support
We can help you upgrade your CV or create one from scratch so you're applying to jobs with something you're really proud of.
Searching and identifying relevant job opportunities
If you're looking for a job and are not sure where to start we can help you identify relevant job opportunities that utilise your skills and experience.
Advice disclosing your disability to employers
We can help you disclose your disability to employers, managers at colleagues in a way that is right for you at a time that is right for you.
Are you someone looking to improve your communication skills? We can help you improve your verbal, written or oral communication skills.
Help identifying your skills and strengths
Do you want to find a perfect job but are not sure where to even start? We can help you identify your key skills and strengths to match you to suitable positions.
Cover letter and application support
Get feedback on your cover letters and applications to land that all important job interview.
Interview preparation and practice
Are you someone great at applications but end up missing out at the last stage? We can help you improve your interview skills and help you talk about your experiences.
Requesting reasonable adjustments
It can be difficult to distinguish what reasonable adjustments you can get, but they really can make all the difference. We can help you understand this and ask for them during recruitment.
Executive function skills
We can support you on how to manage your executive function skills, and put strategies in place in both recruitment and the workplace to support you.
Help obtaining a promotion
We can support you to progress and get a promotion.
How it works
Our coaching is currently completely virtual, and is hosted through zoom or a phone call.
Each session is informal and friendly, and will end with a follow up email about what has been spoken about, so you don't need to worry about taking notes!
We understand that some days you may not be up to it, so you can easily reschedule for another day if needed.
If you want a parent, carer, partner or friend to join you on the call, that is absolutely fine.
Every coaching journey starts with a call with a member of our team to get to know you and match you to a coach.
Establish your goals
Once booked in, your first session will be with your coach to establish your coaching goals and get started.
Develop an action plan
Your coach will work with you to develop an effective plan to help you achieve your goals.
Experience the benefits
Your coach will regularly check in with you to ensure you're benefitting from the coaching sessions, and provide you with any support and resources you may need.
"I would just like to thank you very much for the effort and resources you have invested to get my social skills, confidence, and interview approach up to a standard that is proudly and naturally presentable in interviews. My CV has also been subject to real improvement, courtesy of your suggestions, and is now one of my best and favourite documents that I can show anyone; from employment, education or otherwise."
"Thank you to everyone at Enna for all your help. Today I have been offered my dream job, I am so excited and definitely couldn't have done it without your help. I will definitely recommend Enna to other autistic people looking for work. Thanks so much!!"
Meet our expert coaches
Claire is an experienced coach who has a passion for delivering sessions and supporting learners in employability, neurodiversity, life skills and mental health.
Her tailored approach means she is dedicated to understanding the needs of each individual, providing expert support whilst remaining confidential and empathetic.
Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, employability, searching for jobs, CV's, identifying skills, mental health, self esteem, confidence, IT skills, using job sites, writing professional emails.
Dave has over 30 years experience in leadership, sales and performance coaching roles. His coaching provides a confidential and challenging ear, where he encourages the client to explore their ideas and challenges from a different perspective.
Dave uses the GROW and strengths based coaching model, which allows individuals to use their own curiosity to explore their challenges.
Professional development, financial services, public services, anxiety, obtaining promotions.
Jason is a highly experienced career coach with over 10 years experience. He has an ability to facilitate career change for individuals from a variety of industries and seniority.
Jason uses a person-centric and practical approach combined with his approachable manner, which creates a relationship based on trust. He helps individuals create realistic and well-defined plans to help them achieve their goals.
Career change, personal resilience, building CV's, job searching, networking, LinkedIn.
Mandy is passionate about people reaching their potential. She is a believer in life long learning and enjoys working with people at all levels and ages to increase their self-awareness to enable them to grow. She is an incredibly positive person who brings an infectious excitement to her work.
She believes in working holistically with people, and her bespoke manner enables individuals to be challenged in a safe environment.
Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, career development.
Barry is a highly experienced careers guidance coach. He is passionate about neurodiversity, and has supported neurodivergent job-seekers to approach the labour market.
He has previously worked in social inclusion and the private sector, and has engaged with employers to understand their requirements when choosing appropriate candidates for roles. His lived-in experience of disability equip him with a deep understanding of the challenges faced by disabled applicants and given him an ability to support neurodivergent people to successfully secure employment.
Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, developing CV's, personal specifications, interviews, cover letters, job searching.