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Personal touch

Personalisation should be the main driving force in the revamp of learning and development programmes, says Juliane Sterzl, SVP EMEA at CoachHub Hybrid working’ was a phrase that entered the popular lexicon in 2021, but it certainly isn’t one that ...

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NEBOSH & HSE team up to tackle one of the main causes of musculoskeletal disorders

A new qualification aimed at preventing one of the main causes of musculoskeletal disorders; manual handling has been created by Great Britain’s health and safety regulator, NEBOSH and the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) accounted for 8.9 ...

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BaxterStorey donates funds to support ‘Beyond The Classroom’ initiative

Independent hospitality food service provider, BaxterStorey, has donated approx £1,700 to help set up ‘Beyond The Classroom’ – a new initiative aiming to support young people who sit outside of mainstream education.The programme, developed and launched by the Beyond Food ...

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Kier to tackle modern slavery through its mental health first aiders

Kier is the first UK contractor to train its mental health first aiders (MHFAs) to spot the signs of modern slavery and exploitation. With 900 colleagues having become MHFAs at Kier, this new training is being delivered through Jericho, a ...

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Environmental training

Nick Blake, Principal FM Consultant, BSRIA and CIRIA Co-Author and Trainer discusses the importance of environmental training to foster sustainable practice in FM No matter what industry we work in, we all know how important it is for businesses to ...

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Virtual coach

Digital Coaching is the key to unlocking the potential of hybrid work says Yannis Niebelschuetz, Co-Founder and CEO of CoachHub Workplaces are gradually becoming digital, especially since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has brought new challenges for leaders ...

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IWFM CEO on Budget 2021

In yesterday’s Autumn 2021 Budget, Chancellor Rishi Sunak outlined plans to rebuild the economy and drive growth, committing to investments in skills, public services, infrastructure and innovation. Four days ahead of the crucial COP26 summit, he also provided some detail ...

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BESA calls for skills plan to back up heat strategy

The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) has welcomed the Heat and Buildings strategy published by the government this week but says while its members and the wider built environment sector are ready to step up to the challenge of developing ...

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New construction qualifications for the future are launched

A brand-new set of qualifications for the construction industry, focussed on future-proofing and prepping for the changes that digital transformation will bring to the sector have been launched. The Future of Construction initiative is led by national framework provider Pagabo and made ...

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ABM relaunches Junior Engineering Engagement Programme

ABM UK has launched year four of its Junior Engineering Engagement Programme (J.E.E.P.) following a year-long postponement caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. The J.E.E.P aims to tackle misperceptions of the facilities management industry amongst young people and their parents and ...

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