3. Exploring strengths and weaknesses
Start with a job you’ve already investigated, and use what you found out to note down how it matches your strengths and interests, and then outline the evidence you have for this. This involves considering your strengths and weaknesses, what opportunities are available to you now or in the near future and external factors that you can’t control.
4. Action Plan
With an idea of what job you may want to do, you can create an action plan to make things happen. It is important to set yourself realistic and measurable targets, and include a deadline for reviewing your progress. You need to be able to measure your success and recognise when you have done what you set out to do.