Career development

Just starting out? Looking for your next move? Wanting to change direction but not sure where to start? Or simply just want to be better at what you do right now? You’ve come to the right place. We’ve got loads of handy tips, expert advice and in-depth articles to help, wherever you might be on your career path.

  • Tier 2 Core skills for everyone

    Core skills

    Basic skills to help you throughout your life and at work.

  • Tier 3 Ways of working and tools

    Ways of working and tools

    There are many tools available that you can use to help you work more effectively and efficiently.

  • Tier 2 Digital skills

    Digital skills

    Resources to support your digital skills development.

  • tier 3 retail career path guides

    Career progression

    We can give you the confidence to believe in a brighter future. Access our expert tips on how you can develop your retail career.

  • Redundancy

    Redundancy

    Due to the challenges in the industry, fear of redundancy or job loss is becoming a common experience. Knowing what it means, and the impact on you can help to empower you to take control.

  • org culture and ethics

    Equality, diversity and inclusion

    Equality, diversity and inclusion is about making sure that no one feels left out due to their age, ethnicity, gender, culture, language or any other factor.

  • elevator prog

    Elevator mentoring programme

    The elevator mentoring programme aims to support and inspire up-and-coming retail talent, at every stage of their career.

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Here are some of the subjects we cover:

  • Managing stress
  • Giving up smoking
  • Core skills to help you at work
  • CV and interview support
  • Redundancy
  • Loss and bereavement