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6 Tips for Preparing for Your Next Interview

What are the best ways to make sure you ace your next job interview? We explore 6 of the top tips here.

What's the Difference Between Hard and Soft Skills?

Hard and soft skills are essential elements that job interviewers look for in your professional skillset. But what are they and what’s the difference between the two?

10 Signs You’re Ready for a New Career

Thinking it might be time for a career change? We review 10 signs you might just be ready to take the plunge!

How to List an In-Progress Qualification on Your CV

If you're partway through a qualification, it can be difficult to know how to list it on your CV. Follow our top tips to show off your skills without being misleading.

How to Request Training from Your Boss (With Sample Letter Templates)

Our guide talks you through how to request training from your boss complete with sample letters that cover all types of training.

Identifying Champions in the Workplace to Increase Morale

Identifying and supporting Workplace Champions can improve the environment for everyone. Employee champions can make real, positive changes to the organisation.

What Counts as 20% 'Off-the-Job' Apprenticeship Training? 15+ Examples & Printable PDF

Apprentices should spend 20% of their time on off-the-job training. Download our printable resource to learn how to meet this requirement flexibly.

How Does the Apprenticeship Levy Work?

There's still a lot of confusion over how the apprenticeship levy works, our Director of Education & Skills Sean McCready clears things up for you.

The DNA of Online Learning: A Complete Guide for Businesses

Our complete guide to online learning will show you how your business can benefit from embracing digital tools and training methods.

How to Give Constructive Feedback

Giving constructive criticism can feel like walking a tightrope. Use this three-step system to get your point across smoothly without causing offence.