RWA has partnered with the South Wales Chamber of Commerce, to provide two new member benefits in the form of an international trade e-Learning platform and a professional skills platform which contains over 350 bite-sized courses.
Learning and Development
Making Technical Writing Interesting
Dr Nathan Matthews and Lisa Powell of RWA, outline the key factors writers should consider when authoring technical content.
Surely it should be GPDPR?
Wouldn't the title 'General Personal Data Protection Regulation' or GPDPR have been more appropriate, to help mitigate the common misconception that, “it won’t apply to me as we only have B2B data.”
This week's new courses on My Development Zone
The Course Catalogue just keeps on growing on My Development Zone. 6 new online courses are now available:
- Anxiety in the Workplace Pathway
- What is Anxiety?
- Managing Anxiety
- Division of labour
- Keeping your personal life separate from work
- Workplace Professionalism
Maximise your learning and development budget
RWA's Business Development Manager, Nicola Mathias, explores how businesses can maximise their L&D budgets.
Workplace Professionalism in the New Year
It’s the end of the party season, and for those of us that have been lucky enough to have time-off, it is now time to go back to work and get back into the professional mindset.
Gender Inequality in the Workplace
February 2018 marks the centenary of women’s suffrage in the United Kingdom; while 100 years may have passed since this landmark achievement, gender inequality is still present in the workplace.
Employers need to be mindful of the challenges associated with gender issues and should identify and address unconscious biases, indirect discrimination or inappropriate behaviour that might exist in their workplace.
New courses available on the Development Zone
Our ever-growing course catalogue now has even more to offer our learners...
Sexual Harassment and the Office Party
The office party should be a time for staff to relax after a year’s hard work, to celebrate shared achievements, and to bond as a team. However, alcohol, festivity and the blurring of professional boundaries can be a dangerous combination.