Articles from James Patefield

How to Get Education in Sync with the Low Touch Economy

As the days go by, it’s starting to feel like life won’t be the same again for the foreseeable future—at least not like it was before the start of March. With the ‘new normal’ no longer a short-term buzzword, how do institutes like schools, colleges, and universities adapt to avoid another controversy like the recent exam results fiasco?

Tactics to avoid when marketing for the education sector

Marketing is a vital, but difficult, process for any sector. While it may be more heavily attributed to sales-based sectors, marketing has become increasingly important in the education sector over the last decade. As young people look to the future of their education, they have so many options to choose from. How do you make your establishment stand out as the wisest choice?

How are cleaning chemicals regulated on an educational level?

Cleaning chemicals in the education sector If you have children, cleaning products in the house is a strict affair. Everything must be out of reach of small hands. Cleaning cupboards need to have a child-lock installed or be high up out of the way. And of course, your kids will no doubt be told not to go into those cupboards!

Are #Apprenticeships or Graduate Schemes the Way Forward in Construction?

As our population continues to grow here in Britain, there’s a demand for a greater infrastructure.

#Apprenticeships: Approaching a career the modern way

Unknown to many, apprenticeships have been a route into employment since the middle ages; Young people would earn money by learning a trade or craft from a local master.

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