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Key Ways to Communicate With Your Delegates Using Automation Software

Are you communicating with your learners effectively? At training industry event, Everest 2018, Lou Hartley and Emily Sargant from the accessplanit team delivered a presentation on how best to utilise the automated communication tool in our training system, for delegate communication, course updates and more...

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Should Your Training Company Offer Both In-Company and Open Courses?

In our 2018 training industry survey, we found that over 70% of training businesses provide in-house courses with that focus expected to increase by 67% in the next 12 months. So, should you look to offer in-company courses or stick to open training?

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The 6 EOS® Components of a Healthy Organisation

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At Everest 2018, we were joined by Christian Goldmann and Alexander Celie, two Professional Implementers of EOS® (the Entrepreneurial Operating System®). The pair provided us with a presentation on what it really takes to run a healthy organisation, with a focus on the Six Key Components™ that they believe will ensure that any business can reach its full potential.

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Why Training Professionals Should Attend Everest Conference 2019

Following the success of our first Everest Conference, we’re really excited to let you all know that Everest Conference is back for 2019. The north-west based event for training professionals will be held at The Storey, Lancaster on 5-6 June, 2019 and will have sessions on a wide range of topics including learning and development, marketing, customer experience, learning delivery technology, trends in the training industry and employee wellbeing.

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Getting Your Learners to Take Accountability For Their Own Learning

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Learning acts as a foundation for growth in all areas of life and is a practice that should be consciously prioritised in order to continue to develop and progress. Many people see learning, especially in the formative years, as a necessary evil that is essential to finding your place in the real world. As we get older, we begin to recognise the importance of learning and development, but new barriers appear. 

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