Sue Robb of 4Children talks to Julie Laughton and Alison Britton from the Department for Education about the role of childminders in delivering the 30 hours free entitlement.
Since 1996 the Centre has been delivering face to face training that makes a difference.
Our specialism is soft skills, and we have over 100 courses covering management, communication, personal effectiveness, administration, and writing. Delivered by a hand-picked team of industry experts, our training embraces different learning styles whilst also motivating learners.
Almost every day we run courses from our purpose built training suite in central London, allowing learners from a vast range of organisations and sectors to come together and learn. Limited group sizes means that everyone attending gets the attention and care that they need, whilst a fresh lunch and ice cream gives them the fuel they need to stay focussed all day!
As well as our Individual programme, we have plenty of options for organisations seeking Group training. From 90 minute bite sized sessions, right through to Learning Partnerships, we can find the perfect solution for your learning needs.
Whatever you’re looking for, whether it’s a Speedreading course for one delegate, a CPD accredited Assertiveness skills session for five, or a tailored Project Management course for 10, we can help.
Accessibility is the name of this game. Web designers are getting better at addressing the issues, but general awareness of accessibility requirements is still low. This is worrying – websites that are not currently accessible are potentially breaching the Equality Act of 2010. One of the first places to look for help should be the Government Digital Service (GDS), which provides help, advice and guidance on legislation regarding accessibility.
It is surprisingly easy to start meeting the government’s accessibility requirements.
The Emergency Services Show is the UK’s leading annual showcase of the blue light sector, featuring over 450 exhibitors, live demonstrations, unique learning opportunities and unrivalled networking.
Poppy Welch looks at the role of local authorities in setting a green driving agenda and the schemes available to councils across England