Blu-Tack Venus de Milo D&AD offers workshops for employees in both creative and no-creative sectors. Courses include Survival Skills for personal development; Crafts to hone skills such as writing and art direction and Mastercrafts, where employees learn the skills of crafts not directly related to their role. Alphabetical has worked with D&AD on other projects including the Creative Notebook, and was brought in for the training project at the end of last year. Bob Young, Alphabetical co-founder, says, They wanted to push the fact its not just training for the creative sector, the market theyre well-recognised for, but that their training can be effective for other people working in an office environment. training logo The logo uses a t formed into a abstract head shape, which Young says positions them as the thinking part of the mind, and reminds you its about creative training. The new campaign for the training courses uses photography by Bruno Drummond, who captured a series of images that look to demonstrate how employees can be harbouring untapped creativity.
Personal development gains lead CNA to IOR.
The IOR has three specialist routes to qualifications in HR, agency recruitment and corporate (in-house) recruitment. By providing a qualification that is recognised and regulated by OfQual, Britain’s qualifications regulator, the IOR ensures its education offerings are world class and internationally recognised and accepted. IOR http://vimeo.com/user474217 qualifications are delivered through its pioneering online delivery platform, StudyCourse.org. Network Group was formed in 1979 and has a total turnover in excess of 680m per annum and a network of 26 offices across the UK and Europe. It is part of the Pertemps Group, which has more than 53 years of experience in recruitment and is one of the largest privately owned agencies in the UK. Not only do CNA franchisees benefit from being part of the Pertemps family, now they will also PSI Seminars benefit from the considerable offer from the IOR too. This membership also allows CNA partners to access a brand-new take on split-fee work through the IORs new Split Fee Network, which launches in June as part of WorkProfile.org, the IOR’s new social network. Senior Partner at CNA, Gavin Chase says: When you study with the IOR, regardless of what level you study at, your certificates and credits will be internationally recognised and this is a major step forward for the recruitment industry.
Surface Combat Training Command Awarded FY-13 Retention Excellence Award
(NNS) — The Center for Surface Combat Systems (CSCS) Unit Dam Neck and CSCS Detachment East announced their receipt of the FY-13 Manpower, Personnel, Training and Education (MPT&E) Retention Excellence Award March 26. CSCSU Dam Neck’s Commanding Officer, Capt. Luis Boticario said that through their dynamic Career Development Board (CDB) program and proactive command and divisional career counselors, they are able to provide the growth environment required to prepare Sailors for follow-on afloat tours. “Caring about the professional and personal development of our Sailors is the most important thing we can do as leaders,” said Boticario. “Sailors come to CSCSU Dam Neck to pursue important qualifications as Navy instructors, master training specialists and master maintainers of complex combat systems, but more importantly, they come here because they want to positively impact the future of our Navy by sharing their recent experience at sea with junior Sailors about to embark their first surface ships.” The MPT&E Retention Excellence Award recognized CSCSU Dam Neck and CSCS Det East who both achieved a minimum score of 85 points on their annual command career information program review. This was in addition to the successful implementation and maintenance of the six key programs of Brilliant on the Basics: Sponsorship, Assign a Mentor, Indoctrination, Leadership with Career Development Boards, Ombudsman Program, and Recognizing Sailors and Navy team members (SAILOR). CSCS Det East’s Officer in Charge, Cmdr. Tim Riegle, says the number one priority at the detachment is the successful development and delivery of the most relevant training to fleet Sailors.
Personal Development Training launched
This training course will not just provide information, it will give participants practical training in many methods to guide them on a path to success. The course will run for three months and will include 17 classes. Professional instructors and leading speakers are facilitating the course, which will teach people how to discover their potential, identify the important things in life, find a path leading to their dreams, eliminate bad habits, gain confidence, lead contented lives using their innate talents, reach success, and achieve financial independence. It is open to participants from all walks of life, including students, business persons, and civil servants. Mongolians living abroad have expressed their willingness to participate in the program. Some 290 people have registered for the training.