Frequently asked questions

How can I contact pRESPECT?


Our email is info@prespect.co.uk You can also click on the Contact link to open a dialogue box. And we are on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram.




Who is this service for?


The free service is for people who self-define as belonging to an ethnic group and who have the right to work in the UK. Priority will be given to these participants. However, we believe that if we are to counter the narratives of division we must encourage applications from all those who are underrepresented at any level in the workforce. The final decision on who we work with depends on many factors and applicants must ask for an initial consultation to establish whether they are suitable. Paying options are for anybody in need of career progression.




Personal career coaching is expensive. How come you're free?


We are free to those applicants who pass the criteria as listed above as we are funded by the Scottish Government and The Hunter Foundation to reduce child poverty in Scotland.




Who do I contact if there is a problem with my shop order?


In the first instance, please contact the shop service provider on the details given in the order confirmation. If this does not give satisfaction in a reasonable time, contact us directly with the order number, your name and any other relevant details (not including card numbers!)




Can I book a private consultation to help me ace an interview?


Individual 1-2-1 consultations are available starting from £47 per half hour. Contact us and we'll get in touch within 2 days. If you are from a low income and / or minority ethnic background then you may be able to join the next prespect cohort so please subscribe to our mailing list for a free 15 minute consultation to assess your suitability.




I am a business owner / CEO and I need to improve inclusivity in my company. Can you help?


Yes. You can contact us and we'll get back to you to discuss your requirements.




Why should we listen to pRESPECT?


Viana understands how it feels to be struggling. While: being homeless with a three month old baby; experiencing the Kafkaesque UK welfare system; being unfairly dismissed from a job; Viana: became a co-director of an award-winning start up company that required working to tight deadlines and being glamorous for film award ceremonies at the BAFTAs; gained a CIM diploma in Digital Marketting and started a BSc in Web Development and finished it (2:1 Hons) Her experience in Tech, Life and the brutally honest world of acting means she has practical knowledge, empathy and commintment to her participants that is second to none. Read some of our Te s timoni al s to see how she has positively impacted the lives of those who are prepared to work on their personal development witih pRESPECT coaching.