Mental health is something we all have. It doesn’t matter who we are – young or old, male or female. Anyone can experience periods of mental ill-health during their lifetime.
Kate Foreman elected as Chairman of RWA.
RWA is delighted to announce that its Director of People & Learning, Kate Foreman, has been appointed to the position of Chairman.
The importance of hydration
Remembering to maintain hydration levels when at work can be quite difficult, as we become preoccupied with the everyday tasks we need to complete.
New courses available on the Development Zone
Brand new courses have been added to the Development Zone course catalogue, including three fantastic cyber courses to ensure you understand the risks associated with cybercrime.
A fresh look at finance for small businesses
Looking at the funding requirements of a small business from a more all-encompassing viewpoint.
Becoming an Authorised Economic Operator - Will that provide a smoother passage?
As businesses review post Brexit scenarios one of the questions that arises is whether they should seek to become an Authorised Economic Operator (AEO).
The Threat of Cyber Crime
It is vital for organisations, of all kinds, to be aware of, and safeguard against, cyber risks. The Development Zone’s course of the month for May is ‘Introducing Cyber Risks’, which provides an accessible introduction to the threats businesses face in the digital age. Moreover, it provides helpful steps to ensure that you have appropriate measures in place to protect your data and systems.
Launch of new training facility at RWA Central Office
RWA launches its new training facility with a 'GDPR for Small Businesses' training course.