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City & Guilds Group

Princess Royal Training Awards Open for Entries

Princess Royal Training AwardsLondon (UK), March 2019 - The Princess Royal Training Awards – designed to honour outstanding and innovative training and skills development programmes from UK employers – are now open for applications, until 29 March 2019.

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Demand Model

The Importance of the Knowledge Economy

Conor GilliganLeeds (UK), March 2019 – (by Conor Gilligan, Vice President at webanywhere ) More than ever, companies and entire countries are exploring how they can skill up to cater for the increasing demands of the workplace and skills required. The knowledge embodied in human beings (as human capital) and in technology have always been central to economic development. 

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Charity's Mission

ELearning Capsule in Kenya

London (UK), June 2018 - Learn Appeal, an eLearning charity, has announced the pilot of its revolutionary offline eLearning initiative in rural Kenya. The launch of the Learn Appeal Capsule in Nyamira, Kenya last month underscores the charity's mission to build skills and empower disconnected local communities that either do not have access to the internet or lack the required purchasing power – common challenges in Kenya and around the world.  

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SD-WAN for Office 365

Better Collaboration between Users in Europe and Asia-Pacific

Alan Crawford, CIO for City & Guilds GroupLondon (UK), April 2018 – Aryaka®, a global SD-WAN provider, has announced its SD-WAN technology has enabled City & Guilds Group, a worldwide leader in workplace skills, eLearning, and executive coaching, to achieve faster Office 365 application response times, leading to an increase in productivity and better collaboration between users in Europe and Asia-Pacific.

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Report from Rosetta Stone

90% Recognise the Need for Professional Development

London (UK), May 2016 - Thirty percent of HR experts believe improvement is needed to better align learning and development (L&D) with business objectives, a new survey from Rosetta Stone and the CPD Standards Office reveals. It shows that while 90 per cent of businesses recognise the need for professional development and training, it’s not always provided: 27 per cent of HR decision makers admit they don’t offer it but acknowledge that they should. 

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