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The Write Skills: Why Mastering English Is Vital to Your Career

By Lauren Jack at 14 Oct 2016
You don't have to be an aspiring journalist for your language skills to make or break your career - in the digital age, all of us depend on the written word. Read More

ICS Real Stories - Meet Mike

By ICS Learn at 10 Oct 2016
I’m 42 and I’m hoping to prove to myself it’s never too late for a career boost. I’ve worked at O2 for the past 12 years and covered quite a few roles, from customer service to revenue generation. In the past 8 years a lot of my time has been spent picking up L&D projects, finally moving in to the role of L&D support for the re-contract area, supporting over 400 advisors. Read More

ICS Real Stories - Meet Trevor

By ICS Learn at 3 Oct 2016
At my place of work, progression tends to be in line with training. They take the ILM courses very seriously and place those they feel have progression capabilities on these courses. I carried out a web search of online learning providers and found ICS Learn to have a long and proven history. Read More

ICS Real Stories - Meet Charlotte

By ICS Learn at 23 Sep 2016
Charlotte decided to study IGCSE English with us to brush up on her language skills while having the flexibility to care for her family. Read her success story here. Read More

Why You Should Be Learning Online (and How to Get Started)

By Lauren Jack at 14 Sep 2016
The benefits of online learning are enormous: it increases the speed of your learning, improves your retention rate, and lets you study from anywhere. Read More

6 Habits for Success from the World’s Most Powerful People

By Lauren Jack at 8 Sep 2016
The importance of habit can’t be understated. How we spend our days is how we spend our lives, and being the unsophisticated mammals that we are, a huge amount of our daily behaviour is controlled by habit rather than conscious choice. Read More

ICS Real Stories - Meet Jack

By ICS Learn at 31 Aug 2016
There's nothing quite like a mid life crisis to make you address the failings of the past! I was one of the best in my class at maths in junior school. I'm not entirely sure what went wrong at high school, maybe others were just better than me and knocked me off my arrogant perch. Read More

AAT’s New 2016 Syllabus: Everything You Need To Know

By Lauren Jack at 25 Aug 2016
If you’re an AAT student (or are thinking of becoming one), you’ve probably heard about the syllabus change and are wondering what it means for you. We’ve put together a guide to answer all your questions, and help you move seamlessly into the new courses – we know it can be confusing! Read More
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