10 helpful tips When COVID-19 changed everything, training in the classroom was replaced by training over Zoom. For me, that transition was a little slow, and not without some hiccups. But after some 16 months of running online workshops, I think that virtual training is here to stay. The advantages are clear. No need for… Continue reading Online Training Using Zoom
Johnson says he is “deeply sorry” that the UK-wide COVID-19 death count has reached 100,000. So he should be. In fact he should be deeply ashamed that his government has overseen this tragic loss of life. Yet he has the temerity to claim that his government has “done everything it can”. But they haven’t. He… Continue reading Shameful statistics and a failure of government
I’ve been watching too much television! Those reviews of 2020, highlighting the many heroes we’ve created during the pandemic, prompted me to write about some heroes and zeros of my own for 2020. Without doubt, the impact of COVID-19 has demonstrated the enormous value of our health service workers, care workers, council workers, postal workers,… Continue reading Hero or Zero? Who has made the list?
There will be many reviews in the coming weeks, but if people can put up Christmas decorations early, then I can get in now with my thoughts on 2020. But what can you say about a year that was overcome by Coronavirus? At the time of writing, some 53,00 people in the UK have lost… Continue reading 2020: The most challenging of years