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By Carolyn Lewis
Elearning Marketplace Ltd
In the fast moving world of technology the opportunities for knowledge and skill development are exciting, but sometimes daunting. However, not venturing into this brave new world is a mistake!
For… Continue reading
Some people may have a way with words, but Tim Hawkes thinks it’s the words you don’t say that could change your work life.
A few years ago my boss said to me “You have clearly put a lot of… Continue reading
Holt, who is CEO of jewellery company Holts Group and founder of not-for-profit social enterprise Holt’s Academy of Jewellery, was responding to a call from the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) for schools in England to increase their engagement with… Continue reading
A year ago we established a relationship with Islington Academy with a view to setting up an apprentice scheme within AAT (Association of Accounting Technicians). Our motives were twofold: firstly we wanted to give something back to the local community… Continue reading
Nathan Pearson-Smith is apprenticeship ambassador for Youth Connexions
After the popularity of his article on university alternatives, Nathan Pearson-Smith focuses on the concept of work placements.
Work placements, or internships as they are more commonly known, are becoming increasingly used… Continue reading
James Flanagan concludes his overview of an ever-changing part of the L&D world.
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Written by: Roger Francis
Picture the scene. You are an outstanding Training Provider who has been delivering standalone Skills for Life (SFL) English and Maths programmes in the workplace. For each successful outcome, you receive funding from the government of… Continue reading
I was watching the BBC’s live round table discussion with very prominent economists as to what to do about the global, financial, economic crisis, in the USA and in Europe. They are concerned about unemployment, declining economic growth, recession and… Continue reading