When working with training organisations to plan and develop their blended delivery model I often find that they haven’t thought much beyond getting learning content online. In actual fact staff development is the most important aspect of achieving good blended delivery. The first thing that always seems to come to providers’ minds when staff development is discussed is how to use the functionality of a learning management system (LMS), or other type of online learning portal, and the…Continue
Released by Carolyn Lewis on September 1, 2014 at 14:06
Bromley College of Further and Higher Education, working closely with partners including Bromley Council, is proud to announce the establishment of the new Bromley Trust Alternative Provision Academy.
Released by Bromley College on September 1, 2014 at 13:53
Joanne McTeer has put her fears of returning to work behind her to secure her first job in 15 years following completion of a course designed to help the unemployed back into work.
Joanne, 34, had been unemployed for 15 years after taking a break from full-time working to raise her four…Continue
Released by Access Training on September 1, 2014 at 12:35
An Apprentice from the 3aaa Academy in Birmingham recently won a competition to develop her IT skills and enhance her Apprenticeship journey.
Lucy Norton, a Level 3 IT Apprentice from the West Midlands entered and won the TCS Appathon Challenge with the dart game app that she had…Continue
Released by Robert Collins on September 1, 2014 at 10:00
A Weston College-sponsored music festival next weekend (September 6/7) aims to raise thousands of pounds for charities close to the organiser’s heart.
College lecturer Tony Hobden has put together a comprehensive programme of music for this year’s ‘Hobphin’ festival,…Continue
Released by Tom Henry on September 1, 2014 at 9:33
BRITISH racing drivers have been reaping the glory while, behind the scenes, motorsport employers faced a skills crisis, specialist awarding organisation EAL has said.
A partnership between EAL, The National College for Motorsport and the Motorsport Industry Association (MIA) will safeguard the progression of apprentices and other learners at key British motorsport businesses.
The £9bn UK motorsport industry has, to date, largely qualified its new technician talent with…Continue
Released by Sam Schofield on August 28, 2014 at 13:29