Author Archives: Ina Koski

Throughout May, we have the following courses being held: Quality Management (14th May), Information Security Management (19th May), Internal Auditing (21st May) & Environmental Management (26th May). These remote courses will be of the same quality as they would be if conducted physically. Our trainers have adapted the way in which they present the course information to delegates, and are committed to ensuring that…


However, look at some of the serious issues businesses are facing in March/April 2020: Coronavirus £200bn wiped off the value of UK firms Closure of schools and the knock-on effects on parents Cancellation of events and sporting fixtures Absence of Chinese tourists Shortage of raw materials and products imported from Far East Cancelled flights Reduced…


We wanted to reassure you that our aim is to keep our head office open whilst possible to do so, in order mitigate any disruption to our services. Our business continuity planning enables us to continue to provide a high level of service in the event that some of our staff have to work remotely….


A day full of fun will begin with networking over bacon butties and hot drinks before you head onto the course for an 18 hole Stableford competition. After a round of golf, you’ll enjoy a two-course meal at the Bank House Hotel . To end the day, prizes will be given to the winners (…and the biggest loser)…


What Can ISO Standards Offer Your Business? As you would expect from an organisation named the ‘International Organization for Standardization’, its ISO Standards are exactly the same across the globe. It doesn’t matter if a company is in Ireland, Iceland or India, it’ll be operating to the same high levels. In that sense, it is…


How does Santa complete this large scale mission year on year? It’s a mammoth task that takes place up in the North Pole, with some serious elf-power behind it. Projects on a big scale have to be well manned, well managed and have proven processes in place to succeed. So what’s the secret to Santa’s…