We’re delighted to be even shortlisted at these prestigious awards.
Sarah is an expert in learning and development with a particular knowledge of apprenticeships. She has had major accounts with leading hospitality brands including national hotels, national restaurant chains and a leading UK pub brand.
We are pleased to announce that our MD Geraint Lewis won the Institute of Directors Award (Wales) in the Corporate Social Responsibility category. Geraint was announced a winner at the awards lunch at Sophia Gardens the home of Glamorgan Cricket Club.
We welcomed a DofE and rugby giant Alun Wyn Jones to the shadow of the sleeping giant at our training centre in the Brecon Beacons last week to celebrate us becoming a new Silver Business Supporter of the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme .
Alun is a Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme Ambassador.
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!
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.
This is the second time we’ve won an award at these awards which is very gratifying.
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It looks like 2019 is going to be a busy year for us with the team needing to dust off their passports. We have a number of clients who have operations that span the globe and have need of our expertise in leadership and management development.
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.