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Strength in numbers

Rachel Houghton, Managing Director, Business Moves Group on how training, development and leadership can help build a resilient team Resilience is a term that can get thrown around to the point we forget what it truly means. It is in ...

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St John Ambulance restarts face-to-face workplace first aid training

From today (6 July), St John Ambulance is running face-to-face workplace first aid training for the first time since lockdown. With measures in place to ensure the safety of trainers and delegates, the health charity will train people in 25 ...

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Covid-19 safe training programme launches in the UK

An online employee training and business certification programme that is helping beat Covid-19 in Australia has been launched in the UK. Soul Safe has arrived in the United Kingdom from Australia to train, educate and certify thousands of UK businesses ...

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Blazing the trail

The Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers is taking on the mantle of applied learning, with its wholehearted support of the new Trailblazer apprenticeships. Angela Ringguth, Professional Development Consultant to CIBSE explains why In this strange new world, where building ...

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The Institute of Leadership & Management announces new CEO

John Mark Williams has been appointed the new Chief Executive of The Institute of Leadership & Management, taking over from from Phil James, who has led The Institute since its demerger from the City & Guilds Group in 2016. The ...

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Learning and development in FM: the impact of C-19

What impact has the Covid-19 pandemic had on learning and development in FM? That’s the question that learning provider International Workplace is seeking to answer for a key conference this month. The company’s CEO David Sharp is presenting a session ...

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Skills of 60,000 workplace first aiders out of date

More than 60,000 of the country’s workplace first aiders will have missed essential re-qualification courses during the Covid-19 lockdown, according to St John Ambulance, which is urging business and public sector leaders to include first aid training in their plans ...

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NHS Nightingale

When skilled operatives from ISS’s hotel and transport sectors were rapidly redeployed to work at the Nightingale Hospital London a comprehensive training programme was in place to ensure they were all ready for their new front-line roles The UK Government ...

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Over half of UK workers want to skill up for career success

With many people in the UK in furlough or out of work, new research from Totaljobs has found that two thirds of workers are using this time to re-evaluate their career. Those considering a career change by working in a ...

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Mitie Security pilots virtual SIA accreditation

Mitie Security has become the first company in its sector to pilot an online Security Industry Authority (SIA) accredited training module. Working in partnership with the SIA and the licence awarding body, Highfield Qualifications, Mitie has seen the six of ...

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