Learning and Development

The Aviva Development Zone will be undergoing an update at the end of August. What improvements can learners expect?

Soft skills such as motivation, self-management, and problem solving have become even more crucial in the era of remote working. How can employees showcase these talents and what benefits can they bring to the workplace?

2020 has not been an easy year, with many unexpected pressures placed upon businesses and individuals due to coronavirus. As some sense of normality returns, how can we refocus and put in place training plans for 2021?

As business settles down to the “new normal”, the Aviva Development Zone team is excited to be able to start sharing some of the work that we’ve been doing this year to make the platform even better.

The coronavirus pandemic is giving organisations a ‘chance to think differently’ about what they do, and how, where and when they do it, but how it will affect the way that we train our staff and monitor their competence in the future?

At the end of August, we will be rolling out some enhancements to the Aviva Development Zone that will help our learners get more from the platform.

As many offices begin to settle down to the “new normal”, there will need to be a renewed focus on ensuring that staff are competent in their roles and continuing to record CPD.

How can we make the most of learning during the coronavirus lockdown? Jessica Capper looks at how CPD recording can successfully continue, even though our working lives might have changed dramatically.

The FCA has published guidance for firms on its expectations regarding CPD during the coronavirus pandemic. This article outlines the exceptional circumstances which would allow firms to defer individuals’ CPD to the next CPD year as well as how firms can help staff continue their CPD.

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