As a result of the global pandemic there has been a marked increase in the number of people working from home. This brings about significant challenges for managers, many of whom will have been used to managing teams face-to-face in the workplace.
It’s daunting, it’s exciting, it’s new…a promotion to a management position is what many of us dream of. We work hard and we are rewarded. Rewarded with extra responsibility, often a new title and an increase in salary. But there are a number of common mistakes that many first time managers make. Here we look at 5 different areas to watch out for and give some hints and tips on what to look out for.
We are delighted that Runway Training’s Apprentices Ellen Constable and Adam Wynne are both finalists in the Tonbridge Business Awards 2019. Ellen is currently studying for her Level 3 in Business Administration and Adam his Level 2 Customer Service Practitioner qualification. Both have made it through to the final in the ‘Apprentice of the…
All you need to know! Any learning that takes place during an apprentice’s contracted hours but is not part of their normal working duties. It must be directly relevant to the qualification.
We are delighted that Runway Training’s Oliver Trailer is a finalist in the Kent Invicta Chamber Business Awards 2018.
Name: Molly Prince Age: 20 Course: Level 2 Business Administration Employer: Marketing Delivery
We are launching our Apprenticeship Awards for the first time this year to coincide with National Apprenticeship Week. The awards will be presented by special guest Tom Tugendhat MBE MP.
The term challenging behaviour is used to describe a range of behaviours which can put the person displaying the behaviour or those around them at risk.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd visited Aspirations this week to speak with staff about how they work with vulnerable people to help them build their confidence and discover tools to manage their mental health.