"Training" Blogs & Blog Posts

The Health and Safety BlogThe Health and Safety Blog

The ideal resource for all your health and safety needs all content contrib...

 
Riding Instructor's DiaryRiding Instructor's Diary

I'm a self-employed riding instructor (BHSAI/Int.Teaching)with big dre...

 
Nick Baggott's CRM & Digital Marketing blogNick Baggott's CRM & Digital Marketing blog

CRM & Digital marketing consultant and trainer, talking about the lates...

 
Run, Jimmy, RunRun, Jimmy, Run

Hey! I'm Jimmy and I'm a running neophyte. Run alongside me as I ...

 


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Your next trip to the craps table in Las Vegas could come with a bit more explanation after the American Gaming Association called on casino operator to better promote responsible gambling.  The American Gaming Association, along with the Associatio...

Update: I’ve closed this survey earlier than I expected to. For various personal reasons, I’ve decided that I just don’t have the time to attend the conference in Amsterdam. It was back in the middle of March that I first raised the question of...

The Perl Conference (formerly known as YAPC) in Amsterdam is getting closer. Oh, sure, it’s not imminent, but in five months time it will all be over. And there’s a lot to get done in those five months. I’m glad I’m not one of the organisers.

Last week, Amazon said it would bring 100,000 full-time jobs to the US by 2018. This week, the online retailer announced a registered apprenticeship program with the US Department of Labor that will offer training to veterans. The initiative follows.

Between removing unruly or disruptive passengers from flights to denying boarding to travelers with service animals, the way in which airline employees handle tense situations with consumers has come to the forefront. Today, Delta Air Lines announce...

There’s nothing like an ambitious goal to focus your training, and running a marathon definitely fits the bill. Plenty of mere mortals have completed the 26.2 mile race, but it takes time, planning, and of course an appropriate level of fitness. He...

It’s easy to feel motivated about the idea of exercising. Let’s all run marathons! And do a push-up challenge! But somehow, a lot of our plans never leave the “idea” stage. We’re all busy people, right? And it’s so hard to find the time.R...