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Getting Presentations Right… and Getting Them Wrong!

Standing in front of people and presenting information and ideas isn’t always easy. Presenting with Confidence trainer Sally Hale shares her top tips for delivering presentations: One of my first contracts as a newly self-employed trainer was a series of Presentation Skills training courses for ...

Are Volunteers Only There to Take Work Off My Plate?

By virtue of their name, volunteers are essential to the voluntary sector. But what can we do to support them so they feel valued and ultimately want to continue volunteering with us? We must get to know them, as Supporting Volunteers trainer Ruth Mason explains: ...

Slowing Things Down is a Calmer Way to Approach Your Work

In this technological age, demands on our time are getting increasingly stressful. But could slowing things down and doing less actually make our work more productive? Mindfulness at Work trainer Gill Hasson explains: There is more to life than increasing its speed So said Ghandi. ...

Seven Things You Should Know About Eating Disorders

With eating disorders on the rise in both women and men, BHT Training set out to dispel some of the myths associated with these serious conditions. We sat down with Understanding Eating Disorders trainer Sam Thomas to ask some of those difficult questions. 1. What ...

Demystifying Benefits – For Everyone’s Benefit

As Universal Credit sweeps the land and the General Election looms, BHT Training’s benefits trainer Jayne Knights discusses how clients will gain in confidence when their workers have a better understanding of the benefits system… It's quite an exciting time to be a benefits trainer. ...