• ALP Training accepted as a registered and certified coach with NHS Kent, Surry & Sussex Leadership Academy

    Leadership Development Coaching and Mentoring Scheme Alp Training is delighted to announce that it has been accepted as a registered and certified coach with the NHS Kent, Surry & Sussex Leadership Academy. This Coaching and Mentoring Scheme provides a confidential service to match coachees and mentees with appropriate and qualified coaches and mentors, as well as an on-line facility to manage that relationship. The academy defines Coaching as helping another person to improve awareness, to set and achieve goals in order to improve a particular behavioural performance, whereas Mentoring is helping to shape an individual’s beliefs and values in a positive way; often a longer term career relationship from someone…

  • ALP Hosted Video Conferencing

    The Coronavirus pandemic has forced many companies to move to home working for all non-critical staff and this is driving a huge demand for video conferencing solutions to support in-house team meetings, recruitment, training and sales. If you have an important event planned and would like to make use of our hosting services to free you up to focus on the event and not the technology, get in contact with us as were currently providing this service at low or no cost to support both our clients and other businesses. #videoconferencing, #virtualmeeting, #L&D, #training, #coaching, #saleseffectiveness, #recruitment, #saferrecruitment

  • Our amazing supermarkets

    Just a simple post to extend a very huge thank you to our supermarkets, staff, delivery drivers, farms, and all other producers, who have taken fast and decisive action to address the needs of our elderly, ill and emergency services. They are battling through a self-inflicted crisis brought on by a minority of people to ensure we all have food and other basic items to buy.  The expression “L’Angleterre est une nation de boutiquiers.” (‘The English are a nation of shopkeepers’) was probably borrowed by Napolean from the Scottish economist Adam Smith, in his Wealth of Nations, 1776 was meant to be derogatory at the time but it is actually…