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Choosing your perfect training provider – part 2

So you’ve honed in on your requirements and nailed the down the specifics of the training for your business,  how do you now find the training supplier who can deliver what you need?  Read more...

Doing Business in Myanmar

In the build up to The Training Gateway’s upcoming trade mission to Myanmar and Malaysia this May, we look into the business infrastructure, practices and etiquette of Myanmar.  Read more...

 

Dispelling the Millennial Myth

Millennial is the buzzword of the past year or so. These 16-36 year olds are set to inherit the (business) world, with three-quarters of the workforce projected to be a part of this generational group within the next ten years. As a result there’s been plenty of chatter about the millennials, and while there is a discussion to be had about how useful the term ‘millennial’ even is, here instead we’ll dispel a few myths about the often maligned millennial. Read more...

How to identify the best training provider for your business

You are committed to developing your staff to grow both them and your business but how do you find the best training provider for the job? It is fair to say that there are a myriad of trainers out there, delivering across the spectrum of subject matter and through a variety of mediums but how can you find the best fit for your business, ensure the quality of the provision and equally importantly guarantee value for money? Read more...

Mauritius - the next "hot" education destination

When you think of Mauritius maybe you think of white sandy beaches, turquoise sea – the perfect holiday destination – but did you also know that of the 51,000 students in 2013 almost a quarter are studying for UK qualifications? Read more...

Algeria – a new market for UK Education and Training?

A recent request through The Training Gateway to identify university partners for an initiative to bring Algerian student s to the UK to undertake PhDs in English Language and  Linguistics yielded an unprecedented number of responses from our university network – so just how receptive is the Algerian market to UK education and training?  Read more...

Top tips for doing business in Indonesia

Did you know that Indonesia is the biggest economy in South East Asia and the 16th largest in the world? With a population of 250 million and a growing middle class it is predicted to be the 7th largest world economy by 2030. Read more...

Blended Learning

Earlier this year, Technavio identified blended learning as one of the most important areas of growth in the global e-learning industry. Today, we look at what blended learning is and why it has people so excited.  Read more...

Doing Business in Myanmar - follow up from Trade Mission

Twenty education and training providers including universities, colleges and private training companies recently returned from an education and training focused trade mission to Malaysia and Myanmar.  Read more...