muhammadali-cropped_1rz283rmkx4yb18os8hj0f3zi3.jpg‘The man who has no imagination has no wings.’ – Muhammad Ali

On June 3rd 2016 the world lost a sporting icon, a legend in his own right. But as well as being the king of the ring, American professional boxer Muhammad Ali was also a source of great inspiration for millions of people worldwide.

His countless motivational quotes aside, Ali claimed the reason behind all of his success was due to visualizing victory prior to a fight and imagining himself celebrating a win in front of an arena full of fans in the minutes, hours, even days before a fight – and he won a lot!

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 A4_web2.jpg                                                                                                                                                                              We will care about and take pride in the services we provide and about our centres and learners as individuals. Internally we will help each other and pull together as a team to get the job done.

This means you can be sure that we act in your best interests and always strive to make working with us as straightforward and stress-free as possible.

Quite simply, we care about ourselves as working individuals and the work we produce, we care about the company – our reputation, our appearance, our integrity and we have placed our values at the heart of everything we do. Our DNA.

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diabetes_week.jpgDid you know that 3.5 million people have been diagnosed with diabetes across the UK – and there are a further 549,000 people who have the condition and don’t know about it?

Just about everyone has heard of diabetes, but how many of us actually understand what the condition entails and how it affects an individual? The theme of this year’s ‘Diabetes Week’ is Setting the Record Straight and ensuring that not only do people know about the condition – but to know exactly what it means.

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Diabetes is a lifelong condition where a person’s body can no longer maintain blood sugar levels and, without treatment, they become too high. There are two main types of diabetes – Type 1 and Type 2. Type 2 diabetes is far more common amongst people around the UK.

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Flexible 001                                                                                                                                             We will pride ourselves on being able to adapt to the needs of each and every centre we work with to help them do what they do best: train.

This means we’ll only say no when we have to. We’ll work with you to try new things and make sure we keep innovation on the right side of compliance.

One dictionary definition of ‘flexible’ is to be capable of bending easily without breaking, whilst another states that it is able to be easily modified to respond to altered circumstances.

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7709f3380bcf709846b7be5dca65ce7e.jpgOne of the many changes brought in by CDM 15 was the removal of Appendix 4 of the old ACoP, which, since 2007 had helped set the parameters for construction companies to define their training programmes.

The new guidance speaks of ‘skills, knowledge, experience and training’ (SKET) and encourages those appointing individuals or companies to ensure that anyone coming to work on site has the right qualities, to ensure that they perform their task safely.

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