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24/10/2014 Exciting Job Opportunity

Exciting job opportunity at More Training! We're looking for an assessor to join our fast growing team: Job Summary / Purpose: As an assessor you will be required to support learners working towards Apprenticeship Qualifications. You need to ensure that candidates meet the standards needed to achieve these qualifications. read more

01/10/2014 More Training's Hot Topic - October 2014 - Dementia

What is Dementia? The word dementia describes a set of symptoms that may include memory loss and difficulties with thinking, problem-solving or language. These changes are often small to start with, but for someone with dementia they can become severe enough to affect daily life. A person with dementia may also experience changes in their mood or behaviour. Dementia is caused when the brain is damaged by diseases, such as Alzheimer’s disease or a series of strokes. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia but not all dementia is due to Alzheimer’s. The specific symptoms that someone with dementia experiences will depend on the parts of the brain that are damaged and the disease that is causing the dementia.read more

26/09/2014 More Training Fundraising

The More Training team recently climbed the three peaks of the Brecon Beacons for The Alzheimer Society and Cancer Research UK. The event was a great success and we raised a total of £672.93p Thank you to everyone who supported us. We can’t wait for the next event!  read more

01/09/2014 More Training's Hot Topic - September 2014 - Seasonal Affective Disorder

We will start to experience shortened daylight hours and a lack of sunlight in September. After the summer holidays some of us may start to have low spirits or the “winter blues” during the winter months.    Seasonal Affective Disorder SAD is a depressive illness caused by shortened daylight hours and lack of sunlight.  read more

01/08/2014 More Training's Hot Topic - August 2014 - Work Related Illness

There are hundreds of thousands of accidents in the workplace every year. In Britain alone, it has been estimated that 2.3 million people suffer from work-related ill health.  Official figures from the Health and Safety Executive show that in 2012/13 there were: 148 fatal injuries, 21,000 major injuries reported by employers, 80,000 injuries to workers reported by employers, 175,000 self-reported injuries leading to over-7-day absence, 231,000 self-reported injuries leading to over-3-days absence and 646,000 self-reported injuries at work.read more

01/07/2014 More Training's Hot Topic - July 2014 - Disappearing Countries

The Ice Age.  The Industrial Revolution.  Global Warming.  The Tsunami of 2004.  Hurricane Katrina of 2005. Melting Glaciers. Disappearing Countries. This is the magic act that we have struggled to understand for three centuries. These conditions are by fault of both nature and us. Since the Industrial Revolution, we’ve been emitting large deposits of carbon dioxide into the Earth’s atmosphere, drastically heating the earth’s core, and thus creating situations we haven’t had to face since the onset of the Ice Age.  On the brink of a major climate shift, nations are searching for practical solutions. read more

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