Fredrik Söderlindh, CEO at findcourses.co.uk discusses how to convince decision-makers of L&D benefits and demonstrate its positive business impact.
Woodworking machine manufacturing company Daltons Wadkin has come a long way in its 117-year history. MD Alex Dalton explains how refresher training can prevent accidents, increase productivity, and sustain growth when building a business that can stand the test of time.
The potential value which digital solutions offer to a business is ultimately dependent upon the ability for staff to properly utilise these technologies.
When it comes to learning, there’s a nice little pearl of wisdom I often use when talking about apprentices. It goes: “Tell someone three times and they might remember, show them once and they won’t forget”.
Some businesses, including coffee chains and high street retailers, are using the Apprenticeship Levy in ways which it wasn’t designed for.
Building your second line, identifying and then developing managers, is a crucial element in freeing yourself from the day to day of your operation, and is one of the most challenging tasks for any business owner or leader.
Up and down the country last week, businesses of all shapes and sizes celebrated the importance of National Apprenticeship Week 2018
With the first week in March marking National Apprenticeship Week 2018, serial entrepreneur Jan Cavelle identifies why Britain has never needed a super-strong apprenticeship system so badly, and why it should follow France’s lead.
“Curiosity killed the cat” according to the old English phrase. But in a complex digital world where there is so much information for us to consume, can being curious really evoke bad omens?
SMEs need to get a better grip on productivity, Close Brothers Group suggests after analysing the thoughts of 1,400 UK, French and German decision makers.
The freefall in the number of new apprentices is one of the most depressing statistics I have read in a long time.
Tony Glass, VP and GM EMEA at Skillsoft, discusses the rapid evolution of the modern workforce and how this should be reflected in new approaches to learning and development.