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Mar 30

67% of learners believe professional qualifications are worth it

  • Wed 30th Mar 2022
  • Alex

A recent survey has found that two-thirds of employees believe that studying for professional qualifications enhances their career.

Dec 08

Virtual classroom: a new form of live learning

  • Wed 8th Dec 2021
  • Alex

Employers are making decisions around employees’ training needs post COVID-19 and many are concerned about bringing high numbers of people into a physical classroom. As a result, the pandemic appears to have pushed virtual classroom training to the forefront; it has allowed employees to keep learning during a time when meeting trainers in-person is not necessarily safe. In this blog, David Sharp explains the many benefits of virtual classrooms.

Jamie Robinson

Reducing Accidents at Work

  • Tue 26th Jul 2016
  • AdamBublickiadambublickiinternationalworkplacecom

Accidents and similar incidents at work always seem to come attached with the ‘not in my workplace’ attitude. Even if one hasn’t occurred in your workplace as of late, it doesn’t mean that it isn’t occurring elsewhere.

Alex Davies

How to introduce new industrial technologies to employees

  • Tue 4th Mar 2014
  • AdamBublickiadambublickiinternationalworkplacecom

"That’s the way we've always done it. " If you're trying to show employees how to take advantage of new technology, you've no doubt heard this phrase once or twice. Although it's a common human trait to get comfortable with a work routine and resist change, change is necessary to increase productivity and be able to compete in the global marketplace. New innovations in technology can also help to keep employees safe at work.