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How to Find the Training Provider That’s Right for Your Business

Contributed article in our business series. Enjoy! – Kimberly

Training your staff is a vital part of running any business, but it can be hard to find the training providers that will work best for you. Here’s my guide to finding training providers that’ll work for you and give your team the skills they need to do the best job possible.

Look For Providers With Certifications

When you first start searching for a training provider, look for one that is accredited by a governing body in its chosen field or sector so that you know your team will be given up to date training that is of the highest possible standard. Training providers have to work hard to earn accreditation, so they won’t jeopardize that by offering substandard services.

Find A Company With Flexible Services

It can be hard for your team to fit their training in around their busy lives and hectic roles, so find a training provider that offers multiple options, as this will allow them to choose the best way to learn that suits them and fits in with their schedule. For example, there’s The BCF Group that provides its manual handling training online, in classrooms or through bespoke packages, so you can tailor your training to suit your team.Continue reading

10 Commandments of Good Coworking Spaces, Mistakes and Problems Solving

Contributed article in our business series. Enjoy! – Kimberly

Whether it’s the one dude beside you always trying to get a glance at your screen like he’s trying to catch you doing shady stuff, or the lady on the phone apologizing to a client for failing to meet a deadline, a coworking space has a certain ambiance that distinguishes it from a regular workspace. A coworking space is basically a workspace used by different people with different jobs or from different companies. 

This arrangement provides for shared office utilities like kitchens, coffee booths and many more. So, if you are going to sign up for coworking spaces, you might as well get used to the idea of not having a personal space because while you’re in the kitchen trying to make a private call, you could find out someone is just by the corner possibly listening in on your conversation the whole time. 

Coworking spaces are usually booked by individuals who were hitherto, working from home, freelancers, telecommuters and sometimes startups who want to take advantage of relatively cheap workspaces. As of 2019, there are close to 19,000 coworking spaces worldwide. Therefore, as every day passes, more coworking spaces are springing up to cater to the needs of a growing number of digital nomads and young entrepreneurs.Continue reading