Since March 2020, we have all been living in unprecedented times. It goes without saying, Coronavirus has changed the plans of many people across the world, particularly those who are studying and businesses who are used to providing a face-to-face service. We have all had to look at different ways of working and communicating.
Those of us who supply Advice and Guidance have been offering remote learning through email, telephone and Zoom. However, when we eventually go back to our normal lives, the role of a career adviser will be more important than ever.
Outdoor Team Building Pivots To Scenario-Based Challenges In a Virtual World
As COVID-19 continues to limit contact between individuals, one Welsh events company has developed a unique new way of delivering its team building courses to ensure they continue to be an immersive and challenging experience – even when completed virtually.
Coming into 2020 we anticipated that our delivery team would be travelling the globe delivering our development programmes. However things didn’t quite turn out as expected as the the word beginning ‘C’ and ending in ’19’ hit with a bang!
Over recent weeks we’ve all being trying to navigate our way through more tiers than those you find on a wedding cake! Now we’re all entering another round of lockdown whether it be in the UK or Europe.
But what are the consequences for the economy when you have less contact between colleagues?
In August this year we were lucky enough to have entertained premiership football team Aston Villa. Due to Covid-19 travel overseas was restricted therefore clubs who would normally hold their pre-season training out of the UK were unable to travel.
As an alternative they came to stay in Wales for their pre-season training camp.
It’s very rewarding for us when we receive good feedback from our learners. This is a comment we received last week form one of our learners doing Level 6 in Career Guidance and Development working in a Careers Hub for a Local Authority in Sussex.
“I started the qualification just over a month ago with Call of the Wild and my assessor is just wonderful, so supportive and I’m making good progress plus learning loads”
We have a number of courses which can be delivered online using a series of resources such as video conferencing, webinars, videos, podcasts and learners having access to our online development academy. Here’s a sample of courses which can be delivered but please do make contact if we can design a specific programme for you.
The health and safety Executive have today issued new advice on what organisations need to have in place for their staff when working from home. There is a particular focus on the need for employees to undertake their own Display Screen Equipment (DSE) risk assessment.
Staying healthy at work is the number one priority, so what can you do as an employer in response to the outbreak? We look to the professionals for advice and offer 7 tips for employers in this article by IOSH Magazine.
An Article in the “Western Mail” newspaper on 5.2.20 reflects on the 2020 review of the so-called ‘One By 2021’ goal. We took a look at the results of the review and what they mean for organisations moving forward.
A new updated film adaptation of the Jack London book “The Call Of The Wild” i set to be a hit in 2020. Much excited has been created about the forthcoming release with the trailers published at the of 2019.