We aim to deliver a lean and effective mentoring program to empower individuals from the BAME community(regardless of religion, gender or any other trait that tends to divide rather than unite us), designed to provide advice to develop skills, confidence and ultimately more prospects to become successful in your career.

Confidential one-to-one mentoring conversations will take place between the Ladder Back Down volunteer mentors and each caller seeking career advice or career counselling, and Chatham House Rules will apply in all instances. The Ladder Back Down is unable to provide investment, financial or legal advice under any circumstance.

We are pleased to announce the Ladder Back Down’s new free one to one speed-mentoring sessions .

From December, our latest offering will consist of free speed-mentoring and career counseling sessions intended to empower Black and Minority Ethnic humans to achieve our potential in industry, business and education.

View our Calendar to schedule an apprenticeship appointment.