IGUS have chose Semester: Learning & Development to help up skill 6 of their employees. They will be doing the BTEC Subsidiary Diploma in Engineering. Perhaps your employees would benefit from additional qualifications and training. To find out more, take a look at our… Read More »IGUS use Semester: Learning & Development
As part of our exciting new updates for 2018, at Semester Learning, we’ve recently updated our technology, including the introduction of a new secure server for our web page and Moodle site to make sure that every single piece of data entrusted to us is… Read More »New Data Based Privacy Measures
In tough times, most companies are focused on cutting costs and, every employer knows that this means finding cheaper suppliers, trimming running costs and, of course, cutting down on staff. Quick fix, quick fail Although reducing the numbers of staff within a company can be… Read More »On The Job Learning Benefits All
A new study published in Psychological Science has found that there is a tangible link between personality and career success. In character The study, by Tilburg University researchers, concluded that employees whose personal characteristics mirror those of their employer are likely to earn more than… Read More »Your Team – Only Better
A new study by the University of California on the timing and length of traditional college courses, has shown that there may be a correlation between our body clocks and our academic performance and grades. Losing sleep over education For as long as structured education… Read More »Time’s Up For Traditional Learning
____________________________________________________________________ In 1960s Dublin, young ladies were urged by their parents to bag themselves a ‘Guinness Man.’ Rather than suggesting that they find a husband with a drinking problem, the term referred to a man who worked at the world famous Guinness factory which, due… Read More »Are Jobs For Life Extinct?
____________________________________________________________________ In recent years, the term ‘apprenticeship’ has started to shrug off its old fashioned image to become the first choice for employers and candidates alike. Once seen as low paid labour where the apprentice would spend more time making tea than making their mark,… Read More »Blazing A Trail – The New Generation Of Apprenticeship
For many blue chip companies across the UK, our Universities are their own personal talent pool, however, many are becoming frustrated with increased unreliability. Old school recruitment The process of scouring top tier universities in order to secure next year’s low salary new starters is… Read More »Graduating Without Honour