New courses available on the Development Zone

We are excited to announce we have added new courses to the Development Zone course catalogue this month, including a fantastic new GDPR Advanced Pathway.

Our new courses are:

  • Back Pain in the Workplace Pathway
    • Back Pain in the Workplace - A Guide for Employers
    • Back Pain in the Workplace - A Guide for Workers
  • GDPR Advanced Pathway
  1. Data Protection in the UK
  2. GDPR – An Introduction
  3. Data Protection - The Principles
  4. Data Protection – Lawful Bases to Process
  5. Data Protection – Individual Rights
  6. Privacy Notices
  7. Personal Data Breaches
  8. Data Protection Officers
  9. GDPR – International Transfers
  10. Data Protection Impact Assessments
  • Food Hygiene - Contamination and Food Waste
  • Food Hygiene - Food Safety Management Procedures
  • Food Hygiene - Movable and Temporary Premises
  • Food Hygiene - Personal Hygiene
  • Food Hygiene - Preparation, Treatment and Processing Rooms
  • Food Hygiene - Temperature
  • Food Hygiene - The Four Cs
  • Food Hygiene - The Premises
  • Food Hygiene - Transport and Equipment
  • Reflective Skills Pathway
    • Reflective Skills 1 - The Reflective Process
    • Reflective Skills 2 - Jack's First Week in Work
    • Reflective Skills 3 - Taking Ownership of Your Success
    • Reflective Skills 4 - Reflection and Personal Development

We have over 480 business skills courses on My Development Zone and over 680 business skills and insurance courses on the Aviva Development Zone.

Log in today to access the new courses – what will you learn today?

Aviva Development Zone:

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My Development Zone:

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For more information, please email Stu Rolls, director of e-Learning at RWA:

Would you like to see a specific course on the Development Zone?

If there’s a topic you would like to cover in our course catalogue, please let us know. Our Design and Content team would love to hear from you to discuss this further. Relevant content and ideas may be turned into course material, or alternatively, we can help you upload your own content using the Custom Content feature on the platform.


About the author

Hazel leads our e-learning design team and ensures that all our online learning material is engaging and of high quality. Before RWA, she worked as a Learning Support Assistant for secondary education where she developed a variety of teaching methods and skills which she applies to her current role.

As a student, Hazel won D&AD Best New Blood in 2010 and won a commendation D&AD Student Award for a TV campaign for E4 that she made. Hazel has also worked with AMV BBDO and various other advertising agencies across the UK, providing creative concepts for advertising campaigns for clients such as English Heritage, Sports Council for Wales, Met Police and Macmillan Cancer Support.

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