Hyundai opens training facility in Nottingham

8 February 2016

Central College Nottingham has signed a five-year apprenticeship training deal with South Korean motor vehicle manufacturer Hyundai.

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Pupils steering clear of science and maths, warns new report

5 February 2016

British kids who fear maths and science are too difficult are jeopardising the UK economy, a report warns...


British Business School receives recognition for work with HMRC

4 February 2016

Manchester Met Business School was recognised for its commercial training programme with HMRC, by the Association for Advancement of Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) 

Lack of skills in construction could cripple the industry

4 February 2016

The government has asked the construction industry to probe and remove potential barriers preventing young people from taking up careers in construction


Fosway 2016 analysis reflects new solutions and shifting dynamics in learning technology

3 February 2016

The Fosway 9-Grids™ provide a unique assessment of the principal learning and talent supply options available...

How to be a nimble thinker

5 February 2016

Being agile is a vital skills in our VUCA environment, Liggy Webb explains more.

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Africa's health worker shortage: Where does training fit in?

3 February 2016

Globally there is currently a shortage of over seven million health workers, which will nearly double by 2025.

Living with uncertainty

3 February 2016

Liggy Webb continues her series on resilience with help on managing uncertainty

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What is the civil service doing to improve staff training?

1 February 2016

Four years on from a major overhaul of Whitehall’s learning and development programme, Civil Service Learning is embarking on another big shake-up. 

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Difficult learning is really worth the effort

27 January 2016

After 34 years in the helping people to learn business, I still love the role of nudging people to develop potential and to achieve more, quicker than if left to themselves.

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Court, celebrate and keep common sense

27 January 2016

I’m a huge fan of common sense. That’s possibly because I tend to find that, contrary to its name, it’s far from common and often tragically missing, disregarded or undervalued.

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How to keep up with changes through Best Practice

20 January 2016

A progress report published this year by The National Audit Office, found that the Government Major Project Portfolio totals 149 projects worth £511bn.

29 January 2016

Carlie Cole explains how to create CPD initiatives that provide real benefit.

26 January 2016

Doing business in Africa has been described by various companies as exciting, but complex. 

9 December 2015

Britain’s productivity is lagging behind every G7 advanced economy bar one last year, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

24 June 2015

Blaire Palmer tells TJ what firms must do to get the best out of meetings

3 December 2015

The TJ Awards held its fourth annual Gala Dinner at the Brewery last Wednesday 25th November when this year’s winners were announced across 17 categories.


15 April 2015

Training Journal celebrated its 50th birthday anniversary by hosting a Learning and Development Conference on Friday 10th July.