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Covid-19 – Learner Absences Guide at IPS

Covid-19 – Learner Absences Guide at IPS

CategoriesAre you coming to IPS to train? Unsure what you need to do if you become aware of anyone, or have any COVID-19 symptoms? Please find a reference guide below for COVID learner absences and...

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COVID SECURE at IPS – Feedback

COVID SECURE at IPS – Feedback

CategoriesVisiting one of our IPS Training Centres but are worried about your safety during these COVID times? We are open and have taken preventative measures to ensure everyone’s health and safety...

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Fully Funded Skills for Care – Well Led Program

Fully Funded Skills for Care – Well Led Program

Kent County Council (KCC) working in partnership with IPS, SEK and Switched on Consultancy are pleased to offer Registered Managers the opportunity to undertake the Skills for Care ‘Well Led’ leadership program. The program is funded £500 by WDF and the remainder by...

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Welcome to the new IPS Website

Welcome to the new IPS Website

CategoriesWelcome to the new and improved IPS International website. This site will still introduce you to our various courses, helping you to find the course you are looking for, but now there is the element to book onto the course straight from the website. We also...

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Don’t be afraid to ask for help

Don’t be afraid to ask for help

CategoriesStress. Anxiety. Depression. Loneliness. These can affect anyone at any time. Please, do not be afraid to ask for help. It is perfectly normal to feel stressed, anxious or overwhelmed, particularly during these strange times, so do contact us if you would...

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Protecting your mental health during the pandemic

Protecting your mental health during the pandemic

Categories News about the Coronavirus can be taking its toll on people’s mental health with the uncertainty of what is happening and it’s important that as well as monitoring our physical health we also consider our health mentally.

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How writing the full date in 2020 could protect you

How writing the full date in 2020 could protect you

CategoriesThis year’s abbreviation 2020 is easily changeable which means this could affect when signing professional/legal documentation, etc. Fraudsters could manipulate a document dated “1/1/20” into “1/1/2018” or “1/1/2019.” Our advice would be to please write the...

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