Career MOT

Is it a long time since your last job? Do you feel differently about work, after having children? Are you feeling really stuck, and don’t know where to start?

Then our Career MOT is for you.

It’s a workshop for women who want to get back to work after a career break. It will help you take stock of where you are now, and what you can do next.

What will I gain from the workshop?

You’ll leave the workshop with clearer ideas about what you really want from your working life. Our qualified career coach will guide you as you think through these areas:

  • What’s getting in your way (practically or emotionally) of getting back to work?
  • What can you do to overcome these barriers?
  • What skills and experience can you offer employers?
  • When are you ‘at your best’ at work?
  • How to keep yourself energised and motivated on your journey back to work.


Our workshop costs £49.50.  If you have previously paid to attend one of our workshops, you will receive a £10.00 discount  – please call us before you make your booking


The Bridge, 81 Southwark Bridge Road, London SE1 0NQ. See map

Further information

If you have any questions about the workshop, email or call Julie on 020 7633 4458.

Next Workshop



10am - 1pm

London Bridge


Additional Dates:

Evening Workshop – Thursday 16th October 6pm – 8.30pm -  Book here

What will the workshop be like?

It will be friendly and supportive!

What makes Women Like Us really different, is that our qualified career coaches have empathy that comes from years of working with parents who’ve had a career break. We understand what it’s like to be facing work again and feeling out of touch. And other women at the workshop will be in the same boat.

It will be fun too. The workshop is an interactive session with activities and exercises to help you think in a fresh way about the issues you face.

And there will be a maximum of 15 participants – a small enough group for everyone to get some individual support.

“It’s clarified my ideas – I came in feeling muddled and muddy and mixed up and came out with clarity.”