pathways for talent 

Our partners

Christopher Fry and Associates Limited

staffing and recruiting 

Chris Fry


We are proud to partner with Christopher Fry and Associates Limited (CFAL). CFAL provide a wide range of executive resourcing and consultancy services to diverse organisations, making this business collaboration a unique resource to both employers and candidates at a time when key skills and subject matter experts alike are a rare commodity.

This partnership is based on both a natural synergy of respective services in human capital and a longstanding professional and personal relationship between the founders.

Useful links


Please see the schedule of webinars from the SEND Progression Partnership.

Jacky Morán SEND Career Guidance Lead will be one of the guest speakers

These free sessions are for parents/carers, professionals and young people with SEND. They cover a wide variety of topics including post-16 options in Medway, study skills, supported employment, higher education and finance.

Please have a look at the document attached to register your interest.​

SEND Progression Partnership Webinar Schedule (April – June 2021)


What Can a Registered Career Development Professional Do For You?

As a career development professional, I  recognise that the post-global pandemic world presents both challenges and opportunities for individuals and societies. Assumptions about careers are being turned on their heads and it is no longer possible to rely on the career ladders and working patterns of the past.

Young people and adults need to be competent career managers with the skills and knowledge to design their own career paths, and the confidence to respond to career challenges and changing circumstances as they emerge.

For young people and adults, being able to access support from someone who is professionally qualified to help them develop these skills is vital.

I am UK Registered with the Career Development Institute ( CDI).

Applied Story Building for Careers 

British Psychological Society (Special Group in Coaching Psychology)


nstitute of Employability Professionals