In response to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown, Nottingham Trent University (NTU) are hosting a number of virtual workshops to support small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) across Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire. Find out more and sign up below.

Maintaining your personal and professional resilience and wellbeing through this challenging time

Our ‘Developing and Maintaining Resilience and Wellbeing’ webinar will introduce you to key ways of developing your personal resilience, supporting others to develop theirs, learning stress management techniques and to explore wellbeing initiatives that you can implement within your business.
The aims of the webinar are to:

  • Introduce you to the core steps for you to develop your personal resilience
  • Find out how you can support others to develop their resilience
  • Learn techniques to manage stress and maintain your wellbeing
  • Focus on wellbeing initiatives that you can introduce in your business

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Understanding and designing the new normal

The current crisis has caused huge challenges for SMEs. Through choice or necessity, many businesses will not return to same business practices and ways of working.  Join our ‘Designing the new normal’ webinar and find out how to access talent in different ways, adopt flexible working practices and run your business more efficiently beyond the crisis.
The aims of the webinar are to:

  • Explore the benefits and opportunities for businesses to adapt their working practices
  • Identify new ways to engage and utilise talent
  • Understand how to implement and apply flexible working practices
  • Understand how to sustain a positive a business culture in times of change


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If you have any questions about these webinars or the support available to you from Nottingham Trent University, please contact [email protected]or call 0115 848 2748
All webinars are delivered by Gradconsult, an award-winning consultancy that specialises in supporting SMEs to attract, recruit and retain talent.
They are taking place as part of the High Level Skills programme, which is part-funded by the European Social Fund (ESF). The programme is made up of two complementary projects:

  • Priority Skills for D2N2 SMEs seeks to upskill the existing workforce of SMEs by providing free training opportunities and enhancing equal access to lifelong learning
  • GRADS for D2N2 offers a package of support and funding to identify skills and talent needs to help you to recruit work ready graduates, take on degree apprentices and put your voice at the heart of the courses we deliver


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