A Day in the Life of Your OLT Administrator

No two of my days are the same! They differ in tasks and sometimes this can be hard to keep track off so I try to keep lists off everything. There could be days where I am only on my laptop for 20 minutes and there are days where I will be working for 3-4 hours and...

Stories in song

I had to say a sad goodbye at a heart-breaking funeral this week and it reminded me how evocative music is.  Bereft family, from Mother down through the ages to young daughter had taken time to choose music which was important to them and as the service unfolded we...

Training the Trainers by Liane Collins

I recently wrote a new course called Training the Trainers. This was in response to queries from organisations who wanted to be able to train their counsellors in house to work online with clients. Simply doing the General Certificate was not enough to be able to...

Ringing the changes by Gill Webb

Hello again… I can’t believe how quickly the time passes. It is a year since I contributed to this blog and in that time there have been so many changes in the world that processing how these changes may impact on us as individuals takes some working out and...

My mobile and I – Jane Hallett

I have a contradictory relationship with my mobile.   A real love hate.  Probably in this I am like many millions. Nowadays I rarely go anywhere without her. Yet I celebrate days when she has stayed at home.  My mobile – she – is a Samsung Galaxy S5.  Slim...