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Is it time to change our approach towards CPD?

In the ever-changing world of education and as the role of the teacher and trainer changes significantly in the current climate of apprenticeship reforms and delivery of the new trailblazer standards the importance of keeping up to date with knowledge, skills and competence is more important than ever. So now is as good a time[…]

Seven reasons why staff development in the workplace is so important

At Aim Higher Training and Development we believe that staff training and development isn’t just important to any business or organisation, it’s vital. Here are seven reasons why we feel staff development is vital to any business or organisation: Increase Efficiency Continuous professional development can help managers and employees to retain and enhance the knowledge[…]

Time to plan for the future!

Nothing opens doors like a professional qualification and we’re here to support you. At Aim Higher Training we can help you find the right course and would be happy to talk to you about your: career aspirations, existing qualifications, previous experience, and current situation. We offer bespoke tailored online delivery and would be happy to[…]

Re-focus your Mindset

During Mental Health Awareness Month here are some of my top tips to take some time out to spend your time positively and re-focus your mindset: Demonstrating how much you love your nearest and dearest Regularly checking in with friends Completing everyday tasks that help you to take time out to think Reading a great[…]

Why Empathy is so Important

It’s funny how sometimes in life some experiences and events collide, and that has certainly been true for me lately. Certain experiences have converged together to make me think about several different aspects of leadership, one of them being the importance of empathy in management and leadership. A Personal Example On a recent trip I[…]

Top Tips for Developing Yourself

Top tips for making the best of your continuous professional development (CPD): Professional development should be continuous. Research clearly demonstrates that professional development activities that are ongoing, regularly reviewed and evaluated against progress are more effective. CPD should be carefully designed and aligned to your professional development plans. Successful CPD should be relevant, carefully planned[…]

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