The gap analysis model helps learners better understand their weaknesses and the areas in which they need to improve. Evidencing this improvement is crucial, not only for personal and professional development, but from a regulatory perspective too.
Learning and Development
Why Good Presentation Matters
How many times have you received an email or important document, only to find it poorly structured and difficult to understand? Formatting documents correctly is a seemingly basic skill that is often overlooked. Jessica Capper looks at some of the pitfalls to avoid when presenting business documents.
CPD – A New Starter’s Perspective
By adopting the right attitude towards CPD, you will be well placed to maintain competence and develop in your role. Design and Content Assistant, Jessica Capper, reflects on how recording CPD has benefited her and helped her progress in the first six months of her role at RWA.
CPD and Why it Matters
The Insurance Distribution Directive (IDD) has been in force in the UK since 1 October 2018, bringing with it certain professional knowledge and competence requirements – including the regulatory requirement for insurance distribution staff to record 15 hours’ CPD a year. Is your firm meeting regulatory CPD requirements?
Skills Uncertainty and SM&CR
Research suggests that three-quarters of the UK workforce are unclear on the skills their employer requires them to have. However, under SM&CR, firms must take responsibility for their staff being fit and proper and must know and be able to show who does what.
Changes to Monthly Assessments
From January 2019, Aviva Development Zone users will notice some improvements to the monthly assessments.
'For the Record' - Taking Effective Minutes
Minutes form a crucial part of the 'memory' of an organisation and there is a legal requirement for them to be taken in some circumstances. Here is a useful guide on effective minute taking...
How to Write a Report
Report writing is a much-needed skill in the workplace, but it can be hard to know where to begin. Nathan Matthews explains the key stages of putting together a well-written report.