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5
Aug

Invaluable Skills your Future Employer is Looking For

The Fourth Industrial Revolution is reshaping the world of work and the last 18 months has further accelerated a change in what employers are looking for. Innovations such as robotics, 3d printing and artificial intelligence are changing how employers approach their day-to-day business and this leads to a shift in their expectations from employees and potential employees. Some job roles

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5
Aug

School Leavers 2021: The Next Steps on your Journey

Finishing school this year has not been easy and many of the restrictions in place in 2020 were still there for those leaving in 2021. The last year of school is always the hardest and amid the Coronavirus pandemic, it has become even harder still. With the difficult and unusual way in which school has finished, it’s understandable that school

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5
Aug

How to make the most of your Apprenticeship

Apprenticeships are becoming a very popular choice for career changes, as well as school leavers, as they provide a great balance between workplace experience and classroom learning. There are far more applicants than apprenticeships each year and so, if you are accepted onto an apprenticeship programme you should do all you can to make the most of it. Making the

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5
Aug

Improving Accessibility in eLearning

eLearning has made education much more accessible for many, but there is still more to be done. eLearning allows learners to pace themselves at a rate which suits them and to study from their own home or other remote location which suits their needs. The digital learning sector is growing rapidly, with the UK’s EdTech sector growing by 72% in

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5
Aug

How to be an Engaging Leader

Once you’ve found your niche in the world of work progression into supervisory and leadership roles is a natural progression. However, becoming a successful and effective leader requires certain skills and key to this is being able to engage and inspire your team. Here we’re looking at some key leadership skills to develop and hone if you want to become

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5
Aug

Actionable Points for a Fairer Workplace

Diversity, equity, and inclusion are much more than buzzwords. They are of crucial importance in the workplace and can make and break whether employees feel comfortable and able to work with your organisation. Most organisations have policies and procedures in place, but how does this translate into day-to-day working life? The media has shown us time and again that there

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3
Jun

Three Soft Skills you need to Thrive in any Workplace

In a world where artificial intelligence and technology are playing an ever more prominent role in work and business, our soft skills are more important than ever. Technical skills come and go, but soft skills are inherently human and something which only a genuine person in a job role can offer. LinkedIn Learning research has shown the most important and

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3
Jun

How the Fourth Industrial Revolution will Reshape Staff Training

The Fourth Industrial Revolution is upon us, and it’s characterised by the rise in automation and the growth and importance of the Internet of Things. Industries are becoming more automated day-by-day; we can see this from the use of automated chatbots for customer service and machinery doing jobs which people used to do. With industries self-managing or fully automated, the

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3
Jun

Why you need to ensure your Employees are GDPR trained

The news regularly reports worrying data breaches and sophisticated security scams outwitting even the biggest companies out there, so when it comes to your firm, a good understanding of cybersecurity and the legislation around it is essential. Similarly, ensuring your employees are adequately trained in the GDPR legislation is important for protecting your company. Defining GDPR GDPR stands for General

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3
Jun

The Importance of a Staff Training Policy

As a company who specialises in skills and training development, it’s a given that we recommend all employers have a staff training policy, but why is it a good idea?  You cannot underestimate the importance and value of good staff training and having a policy to directly manage and ensure training schedules and protocols helps to ensure training never becomes

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