Training: Basic English Grammar - Conjunctions, Prepositions, Determiners, Basic English Grammar - Pronouns, Basic Graphology, Conversation - Introduction to Spoken English, Conversation - Politeness, Conversation Structure, Gender and Conversation, Health & Safety - Risk and the Workplace, Semantics - Denotation & Connotation, Semantics - Similes and Metaphors, Spoken English - Accents and Dialects, SWOT Analysis, Thinking about starting a business, English - What is Face?, English - Writing A Formal Letter, Working with Display Screen Equipment - An Employer's Guideystem.
Learning and Development
15 New Courses Added To My Development Zone
New Courses: Achieving a Work-Life Balance, Basic English Grammar - Adjectives, Basic English Grammar - Nouns, Basic English Grammar - Verbs, Communication in Challenging Circumstances, Handling Criticism, Management Standards - Dealing with work-related stress, Managing Personal Finances, Mental Health and Well-being at Work, New and Expectant Mothers, Social Media 1 - Introduction to Social Media, Social Media 2 - Considerations for Employees, Social Media 3 - Considerations for Employers, Social Media 4 - Setting a Social Media Policy, Stress.
Training, that’s a doddle, just give them a text book...
I have no issue with any individual who wishes to better themselves and take a path of formal study, but it should be relevant to their day to day activities and provide a direct benefit to them and you as the employer (after all, you may well be paying for it), rather than ticking any sort of box.
My Development Zone Features in Chamber Chat
"RWA pioneers new innovative workplace e-learning solution." My Development Zone has been featured in an article in the March 2017 edition of Chamber Chat from the South Wales Chamber of Commerce.
Adding more value to our client relationships
Introducing RWA Insight - our new online content and thought leadership platform that focuses on the key areas of Insurance Broking, Business Consultancy, Workplace Learning and Human Resources.
Why Leaders Should Keep Learning
Successful leaders never stop learning. Whether they read books, learn new skills, study academic or business journals, learn from their employees or peers, or strive for change through innovation, they all share a passion for wanting to learn new skills and ideas.
100,000 Open Badges Milestone Reached: What have we learned?
April 2016 saw us issue our 50,000th Open Badge for a successfully completed course. Now, roughly eight months later (Jan 2017), due to the increasing popularity of both the platform and of Open Badges in general, we have passed the 100,000 Open Badges issues milestone.
Setting goals and making them happen
Goal setting is an essential part of making your ambitions a reality. Without clear and focused objectives, it becomes increasingly difficult to stay on track and keep to a productive time frame. When it comes to your CPD, careful planning is the most effective way of making sure you hit that 35 hour target.
e-Learning and the Employability Skills Gap
In this article, we take a look at the employability skills crisis facing employers in the United Kingdom and explore ways in which RWA can help employers and young people ensure that the transition from formal education into the world of work is a smooth one.