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This suite of short online courses has been developed by best-selling author and leading authority in resilience and behavioural agility, Liggy Webb.
In today’s age of connectivity we find ourselves leaving a resounding digital footprint that makes us vulnerable to cyber crime. This course has been developed by cyber security specialists, CSA and provides practical advice on how we can better safeguard our company and personal information from complex cyber threats.
Improve health and safety awareness in your workplace with this engaging awareness course. Help reduce incidents and in doing so, boost the moral, productivity and the general well-being of staff.
The risk of fire and the resulting threat to human life is very real. You will no doubt be aware of the devastating consequences fire can have, but do you know how to prevent fires and what to do in the event of a fire?
Keep your employees safe: benefit from the precautions and practical personal safety tips included in this course.
This course teaches how we can rewire our brains to form new neural connections freeing ourselves from pre-learnt behaviours to bring about positive change.
Being able to access information held by public authorities is an important right in an open society.
This training helps organisations meet DSE Health and Safety Regulations requirements, reduces absenteeism and injuries, and improves staff well-being and performance.
This Nimble course brings you vital information about current data protection legislation. This course is a must for all employers and employees who are required by law to understand and be compliant with the intentions and requirements of the GDPR and Data Protection Act 2018.
Money laundering is more common than many think; HMRC estimates that £40 billion is laundered in the UK every year.
Most of us work on computers and so much important information is now held digitally. This poses new threats to the security of the information we deal with. How secure is your password? Do you always lock your computer when you get up from your desk? Make sure you defend information against unauthorised access!
The Bribery Act 2010 is among the strictest legislation internationally on bribery. It is now possible to charge organisations if it is found they failed to prevent bribery, and to charge individuals who are found guilty of bribing or being bribed. Knowing exactly what is and isn’t accepted under the Act enables employees to act within the confines of the law.