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    World Refugee Day (20 June)

    To describe current global displacement levels as indicative of a ‘refugee crisis’ would be an incredible understatement. Nearly 34,000 people are forcibly displaced every day as a result of conflict or persecution; and we are currently witnessing the highest levels of displacement on record. An unprecedented 65.3 million people around the world have been forced […]

  2. Bridging the skills gap

    So you’re paying the Apprenticeship Levy. Now what?

    If you’re a business with a payroll bill of over £3 million then by now you should be aware that the apprenticeship levy is in full swing, but are you prepared for what happens next? The purpose of the levy is to encourage employers to take on more apprentices and invest in the continued training […]

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    Work your way up the career ladder with an ILM qualification this summer!

    Looking to start working your way up the career ladder? What are you waiting for? By undertaking an Leadership and Management qualification accredited by the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM), not only will you develop your leadership skills and confidence you will also gain an internationally recognised addition to your CV; proving your knowledge and […]

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    Mental Health Awareness Week: Improving your Mental Wellbeing

    Mental health problems are incredibly common. It is estimated that 1 in 6 people in the past week have experienced a common mental health problem. Just as people are not defined by their physical injuries and disabilities, mental illness is not a character flaw and is not a sign of personal weakness. Defining people by their […]

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    Mental Health Awareness Week: Managing Stress

    Everybody knows what it is like to feel stressed. Stress can be a useful drive that can help us to be more productive and feel more energised*, however chronic stress that becomes overwhelming over time can, not only, make existing mental health problems worse, but contribute to the development of mental health problems too.* If […]