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As the Development Zone ecosystem and community continues to grow, it is important to us that we engage and provide more value to our learners and the businesses using Development Zone.

RWA has been selected for this year’s prestigious Digital Dozen by the organisers of the UK technology event, Digital 2016. The 12 finalists chosen by Innovation Point are driving digital change and harnessing the latest technological advances to offer a range of trailblazing products and services.

As the British public are rediscovering 1930’s Corfu through the recently aired and beautifully captured series, The Durrells, I took to the sky to be there in the present day attending the 3rd Annual Corfu Symposium 2016 – Managing and Marketing Places.

CPD for some is a necessary evil, a tick box exercise or an inconvenience. Some feel they don’t need it, are too experienced or view it as a fluffy HR initiative. To be continuously professionally developing is quite a clinical endeavour.    

Blaenavon based online training and business solutions consultancy RWA, are taking their My Development Zone proposition to the Greek islands later this month having been invited to speak at the 3rd annual Corfu Symposium on Managing and Marketing Places.

A common mistake when contemplating a company brand is to focus wholly on the logo, for example, the McDonald’s brand to many would be the unmistakable Golden Arches or the Nike brand is the ‘Just do it’ tick. However, it is safe to say that a company brand is embedded much deeper within the organisation, encompassing the personality of the company, its style, products, services, culture, internal and external relationships and values.

Imagine that you visited your doctor tomorrow for advice and discovered that she hadn’t updated her knowledge or skills since she qualified 20 years ago.  How confident would you feel about taking her advice?

Our daily interactions are something we take for granted and probably manage at a subconscious level. We are constantly interacting with different stimuli, whether it is in our daily conversations, when watching TV, in the classroom, gaming, working on our computers or visiting a shop. Pretty much everything we do includes a form of interaction.

Different professional bodies will have different requirements but fundamentally, it’s agreed that there are two types: structured and unstructured.

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