Recently we’ve been examining the challenges that rural pupils face in accessing further education and training. Since then, the country has faced unprecedented disruption from the coronavirus outbreak. Frontline workers are rightly focusing on saving lives and stemming the spread of the virus. But the crisis has also thrown into the spotlight an issue which we have been campaigning on for years: rural connectivity.
It is getting more and more difficult to find well-priced, relevant continued professional development (CPD), ironically at a time when the number of government edicts is on the increase again. Consequently, one of the questions I get asked a lot is – how can I both keep up to date on a budget and do this quickly? The obvious answer is to have the information that you would like to see sent directly to your own email inbox, for you to read and digest at your own leisure.
#FutureofWork - Recent findings from Dynata (the world’s largest first-party data and insight platform, reaching 62 million people globally) show that Brits are ready to embrace working from home in the long run, with 74% of UK respondents stating they want to work from home at least some of the time after the pandemic. Meanwhile, 15% would like to work from home permanently.
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