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Keeping your Children Entertained while Staying at Home

Though this year may not be exactly how any of us intended, there is still no reason why it can't be enjoyable! With the children out of school, you need to maintain their entertainment levels and keep them occupied while being stuck indoors. We have put together a list of activities that you could do while staying at home. 

"With the time you now have on your hands why don't you encourage your children to learn a new hobby; this can be from learning a new instrument, creating crafts, baking or even jewellery making. Just make sure to keep it enjoyable, don't enforce them because it will cause a lack of motivation for them to want to learn and will potentially start to feel like a chore. 

The Training Room | 17/04/2020 09:00:00

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19 Tips For Being Productive When Working At Home Part 2

Working from home might help you focus on your work in the short term, but it can also make you feel cut off the larger operation happening in the office. Instant messaging and videoconferencing tools can make it easy to check in with coworkers and remind you how your work is contributing to the big picture. 

"Part of what enables us to work from home so much more often now is the array of apps and tools designed to help remove distance as a barrier between team members. Finding the right tools to keep you and your team connected is important for staying productive at home. 

The Training Room | 06/04/2020 09:30:00

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19 Tips For Being Productive When Working At Home Part 1

When working in an office, your morning commute can help you wake up and feel ready to work by the time you get to your desk. At home, however, the transition from your pillow to your computer can be much more jarring. 

"Believe it or not, one way to work from home productively is to dive into your to-do list as soon as you wake up. Simply getting a project started first thing in the morning can be the key to making progress on it gradually throughout the day. Otherwise, you'll prolong breakfast and let the morning sluggishness wear away your motivation.  

The Training Room | 06/04/2020 09:00:00

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Upskillers: Climbing the Career Ladder

This is someone who improves on their current skillset through training and further qualifications. Not to be confused with Side-steppers who seek to learn new skills to transition into a new career, upskillers simply seek to progress within their existing occupation. In a way, most of us are at some point, right?

Why Enhance Current Skills?
There are many reasons as to why one would look to develop their existing skillset; generally, as you’d probably suspect, it’s to further climb the career ladder. It’s fair to suggest that the earlier you decide to improve your skills, the better-positioned your career-ceiling will be for it. That being said, it truly is never too late to increase your future employment prospects.

Let’s take a delve into some reasons as to why you should upskill:

The Training Room | 02/04/2020 09:00:00

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Working From Home Guidance

In light of current events and with more social distancing being introduced, many of you will find yourselves working from a familiar-yet-unfamiliar territory: your very own home. For those more fortunate who can work from home it can increase your productivity and happiness, though does come with its challenges. To soothe the transition, we’ve put together some tips that will help you to stay focused and maximise your productivity during this time.

The Training Room | 23/03/2020 09:00:00

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Education Leavers: The First Step into Your New Career

Contrary to popular belief, becoming a success after leaving school doesn’t depend on you following the perceived-best path; going straight on to sixth form and university. Of course, taking the common route has its benefits and with time, effort and dedication put in it’ll certainly be worthwhile. But, what if the prospect of spending another (minimum) 3 years in education and the best part of £40,000 doesn’t appeal to you?

The Training Room | 12/03/2020 09:00:00

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International Women's Day - Sarah Jordan & Red Strength

To celebrate International Women’s Day, we decided to feature an inspirational graduate of The Training Room, Sarah Jordan. Last year, we spoke to Sarah about her journey into Personal Training and the opening of her own gym, Red Strength. Now, 6 months on, we decided to catch up with Sarah in honour of International Women’s Day to discover how she’s been getting on with Red Strength and what International Women’s Day means to her.

The Training Room | 08/03/2020 08:00:00

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Side-Steppers: How to Change Your Career

Here at The Training Room, we help people all over the country become qualified and support them to find work in their new career. Though open to anybody, we do focus on 6 key social groups: side-steppers, upskillers, education leavers, working mums, job seekers and ex-military. A side-stepper is someone who is thinking of changing their career, whether they’ve only just started or been in an industry for 30 years. It is someone who may feel lethargic and find their work uninspiring, unsuited to them and, above all, not what they want to spend their life doing.

The Training Room | 05/03/2020 09:00:00

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route2work group appoints Chris Peel as CEO of The Training Room

The route2work group has this week announced the appointment of Chris Peel as CEO of The Training Room. Chris will be responsible for leading the business through its next phase of growth, capitalising on a strengthening market position and responding to the skills shortages that exist within key sectors of the U.K. economy.

The Training Room | 02/03/2020 18:00:00

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No Experience? Here’s How To Get A Job You’ll Love

So, you've decided it's time to look for a brand-new job, as you explore through your options, you start getting this daunting realisation you haven't gained the skills required to be accepted for any of these roles.

It's time to stop panicking; the fundamental thing you need to understand is that all the skills described on a job description aren't required. Most employees are welcoming to getting to know somebody on their personality and strengths combined. So, even if you potentially possess fewer skills then someone else, you may hold the characteristics to fit the business considerably more.

The Training Room | 10/02/2020 09:00:00

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