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Our MD Shortlisted For An Institute of Directors Award

We are delighted to announce that our MD, Geraint Lewis, has been shortlisted for an Institute of Directors Award in the Corporate Social Responsibility Category. The winners are announced at the ceremony on 17th May 2019. Fingers crossed!

Lone Workers – Are You Aware of Your Legal Obligations

Is it legal to work alone and is it safe? Working alone is not in itself against the law and it will often be safe to do so. However, the law requires employers to consider carefully, and then deal with, any health and safety risks for people working alone. Employers are responsible for the health, safety and welfare at work of all their workers. They also have responsibility for the health and safety of any contractors or self-employed people doing work for them.

Winners At Regional Business Awards 2019

We are delighted to announce that on 22nd February we won the Best Entrepreneurial Business category at the Swansea Bay Regional Business Awards 2019.

This is the second time we’ve won an award at these awards which is very gratifying.

HSE Fines Small Business £32,000

Working at height

A small business , Duncan Plumbing heating & Electrics of Tockwith has been fined £32,000 and ordered to pay £2,424.60 in costs after one of its

workers was injured at work while installing a flue for a heating system.

New Bitesize Business Improvement Short Courses

If you haven’t got the time to send either yourself or your staff on a  day long course but you still want the same impact then try our Inspire Sessions. Only of up to 3 hours duration but with a significant impact given the opportunity for a follow up. These can be breakfast sessions, half day or twilight sessions so can be fitted around your working day. Also the subject matter is different in that they are unusual subjects but ones which have day to day relevance to the workplace but are often overlooked with more traditional development programmes.

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L6 Career Guidance and Development Management Units

L6 Career Guidance and Development.

Call of the Wild StaffManagement units for leaders in careers delivery must be achieved following the government’s Careers Strategy, launched in December 2017, and statutory guidance published in January, set out a range of new requirements for schools and colleges.

Qatar Airways is launching their Doha-Cardiff flight today

Qatar Airways is launching their Doha-Cardiff flight today and Visit Wales has entered into a partnership with Qatar Airways to promote Wales as a business tourism destination in Asia Pacific.

The Qatar Airways service is Cardiff Airport’s first route from the Middle East, with 150 onward connections from Doha. Links to and from Australia, New Zealand, China, India and Japan will be the most significant markets for Wales’ tourism and business priorities.

A Welsh Training Company’s Approach to Health & Safety Training is Going Global

Global solutions for health and safety trainingA Welsh training company has developed a unique approach to health & safety training so effective it is now in demand on the other side of the Atlantic – demonstrating the global leadership of the UK in this sector.

Call of the Wild spent many years refining an approach to health & safety training based on high levels of staff engagement, experiential learning and continuous development. Having delivered it successfully to clients in Wales, the approach became sought after further afield after one of its clients was acquired by a US-based firm.

Can Leadership Be Learnt?

Call of the Wild Online Development Academy

Can leadership be learnt? In our view yes it can. Although you can’t change the personality of someone you can influence their preferred behaviours. So if they are put in a leadership position then the skills required to be effective can be learnt as this involves adapting behaviours of yourself and influencing the behaviours of others.

What Should You Look For In A Training Provider

Apprenticeship Katherine Broadhurst, Broomfield AlexanderWe’ve come across a number of surveys recently where research organisations have looked at what problems are most frequently encountered when  sourcing training providers. Common problems relate to understanding the level of experience of the providers, quality and obviously costs. Here are our thoughts on what could influence the decision as to which training provider to appoint. We’ve put this in the form of an infographic.