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Students need more guidance when choosing A level subjects

26 August 2016

More than a fifth (18 per cent) of university applicants said that different A level subjects might have been better suited to the degree course they...

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HR industry invited to share positive experiences of dyslexia

24 August 2016

Novacroft, the smartcard technology company, is appealing for HR professionals across the UK to get involved...

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Collapse in holiday work hitting young people’s chances in job market

24 August 2016

New analysis from IPPR published today (Tuesday) shows that falls in the number of young people able to get...

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Gender pay gap 'disturbing' but 'unsurprising'

23 August 2016

The largest teachers union in the UK has branded the finding that women are still paid almost a fifth less than men per hour on average as “disturbing, yet sadly...

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Young people from low-income backgrounds less likely to undertake an apprenticeship

23 August 2016

Young people from low-income backgrounds are less likely than their wealthier peers to undertake an apprenticeship in every region of England, according to an...

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Men more likely than women to be promoted in management roles

23 August 2016
Male managers are 40 per cent more likely than female managers to be promoted into higher roles, new data released today by the...
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Can L&D replicate Team GB's Rio Olympics success?

22 August 2016

In part one, we looked at some of the things that drive an Olympic athlete to success. In this second part, we look at the eight things that L&D can do to replicate the successes within their teams and the organisations that they support.

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Can L&D learn from Team GB's Olympic successes and drive organisational performance?

19 August 2016

What can L&D learn from Team GB's success at the Olympics? In the next two parts we explore what it takes for an athlete to perform at the highest level and what lessons L&D can make in order to replicate the highest performance in the organisations this it serves.

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The opportunity for vocational working

18 August 2016

In the second of three articles Suzi Marshall provides the lowdown on apprenticeships for those getting their A’level results today

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Will language certification be affected by Brexit?

26 August 2016

Language competencies are vital in the European and global market.

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Why many trainers are like couriers

22 August 2016

You do an absolutely brilliant job delivering your training course in the classroom. The happy sheets are… well – nice and happy!

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Building the soft skills of next generation project managers

16 August 2016

Project management has only developed into a discrete discipline in recent years. In the past, line managers tended to lead projects.

9 August 2016
The Apprentice 2015 winner talks about hard work and aspirations.
9 August 2016

Elouise Leonard-Cross on her award-winning L&OD practice and how she developed her team of L&D athletes

9 June 2016

The APS Conference this year, on the 7th and 8th June was about a new era of differentiation

2 June 2016

Last summer Jo Cook attended and spoke at the Learnfest summer L&D conference in Lake Windermere. Here's her video looking back on a great event

22 August 2016

What do the former bosses at Indian Wells tennis tournament and Saatchi & Saatchi...