That's the question I'm setting out to make sense of for some of those attending the Learning and Skills conference and exhibition this we
The close of one year and beginning of another is always a good time to reflect on what has been and what is to come. HR professionals need to use this opportunity to prepare themselves for 2016.
It almost goes without saying that 2016 is going to be
The latest report published from Deloitte University Press is one of the largest and most comprehensive study published with over 3300 business and HR leaders contributing from over 106 countries.
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As a bit of fun, have you considered a small budget for voiceover training? I had purposely considered this to help me with my online learning delivery skills, but actually, it's been of massive benefit in my face to face delivery too.
We have a vacancy.
It's really clear to me what the job entails - a short term (4 months) role with one of our Conservation warden teams, carrying out a range of practical woodland tasks such as chainsaw work, fencing, woodland management and the like
I spent the day at the Learning Skills & Learning Technologies exhibition in London last week and sat in on a number of the free seminars that took place throughout the day. In three out of the five seminars the speaker talked about spending at least
As a facilitator on the Certificate in HR Practice programme I am often asked for advice on how to get that elusive first job in HR. Many of our delegates come to us because they’ve already made the choice to look for a career in the HR profession &
Earlier this week the Gloucestershire branch of the CIPD hosted an event with Sarah Bryant, the CIPD's HR Capability Project Coordinator. It is Sarah's job to keep the Map up to date, translate it into a living document for us & get the message out t
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