Winner of the First Prize in Anaesthesia at the 2017 British Medical Association Book Awards! With the increasing frequency of breaks from practice, the importance of proper preparation and guidance for doctors returning to work has recently been recognised by the Royal College of Anaesthetists. This is the first dedicated resource to support anaesthetists returning to work after a significant break, and is designed to complement the growing range of regional and national return to work courses by gathering relevant information and advice into one easily accessible reference source. Divided into three parts, specific to different stages in the return to work process, this book offers information and advice about the practicalities of returning to work, 120 clinical scenarios to refresh the reader's knowledge, and useful guidelines and checklists for the first days and weeks back, forming a vital practical resource for anaesthetists in this situation and those supporting them.
Annotation - Author - well known name in the field- First guide on re-employment and vocational rehabilitation of individuals with an acquired brain injury - not much material available in this area- Topical - employment of brain-injured people is a priority in both the NHS, Jobcentre Plus and insurance companies.
Written by an experienced careers advisor, this book shows how to assess your skills and interests and match them to the employment opportunities available. CONTENTS: Moving on - considering your lifestyle - dealing with barriers - getting ready for action - analysing your skills - the sort of person you are - what work do you want to do? - researching your future - starting back through study - getting up to date with the workplace - improving your skills through voluntary work - hunting for opportunities - producing your CV - writing to apply - handling interviews - coping with those initial weeks - managing your new lifestyle - how far do you want to go? About the author Sally Longson is an experienced careers adviser. She has written this book for those who have been out of the workplace for some time - particularly for women who have stopped work due to family commitments. In "Returning to Work," she shows you how to assess your skills and interests and match them to the employment opportunities available.
'The Mum's Guide to Returning to Work' sets out to support women in their return to the workplace after a career break bringing up children. It is an easy to read and practical book which will help women to build their confidence, to choose a career to suit them, to develop job hunting skills, negotiate flexible working, find suitable childcare and to manage the change in their lives that will come as a result of returning to the world of work. It is written with the woman returner in mind, using relevant examples they will relate to and quotes from women who have been there. Extra chapters are included for lone parents and women from overseas. An invaluable resource, providing everything needed for the woman returner in one compact, accessible and uplifting book.Bekki Clark is a Careers Adviser, Coach, Trainer and Mum who specialises in working with women returners. She is currently working for charity Cambridge Womenâ€™s Resources Centre. 10% of proceeds from this book will go to CWRC. www.cwrc.org.uk
Are you: A woman wanting to return to work after a break? A woman seeking to improve career prospects through education or training? An adviser providing education or training or an employer keen to develop your awareness of the opportunities available to women? If you are any of these you need the Eighth Edition of Returning to Work: a directory of education and training for women. Compiled by the Women Returners Network, this unique directory of education and training for women has been completely revised. It provides information on over 1,700 courses across the UK which offer opportunities and facilities that enable women returners to participate in, for example: shortened-day timetables to fit in with school hours; hands-on experience with information technology equipment; job-sampling experience; the opportunity to assess abilities, discover new interests, widen horizons and develop confidence; and guidance and counselling sessions. Returning to Work also gives vital information on: how to find out what education and training is available; key national training providers; eligibility for mandatory grants and details of awards and sponsorship schemes; national organizations offering further support for women returning to education or training or employment; and local contact points for further information and advice in county or region.
God I’m Returning Your Word It Don’t Work shows us how the Word of God works through the examination of biblical teachings. Throughout the scriptures, God shows us how simple it is to understand his Word. This is accomplished in the Bible through examples such as a sword, living water, a plumb line, seed, fire, and rain. As believers, when we get a clear understanding of how these examples work, we will more clearly understand how the Word of God works. From that point we can use the Word of God in our lives to our advantage. This is crucial if we are going to have victory in our lives.