Category Archives: Blog

Chinese cooking: new food diploma launched in UK

The tightening of immigration rules has been partly blamed for a shortage of Chinese chefs, which is forcing restaurants to look at other options. Will a new diploma course in Chinese cooking help reverse the trend? Anew food qualification focusing on Chinese cuisine is to be launched in the United Kingdom in September 2018 in …

Read More →

National Cyber Security Strategy 2016 – 2021

https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/567242/national_cyber_security_strategy_2016.pdf Cyber Security, a burgeoning sector with skills shortages, employment and career opportunities. Extracts from the National Cyber Security Strategy 2016 -2021 below: “The future of the UK’s security and prosperity rests on digital foundations. The challenge of our generation is to build a flourishing digital society that is both resilient to cyber threats, and …

Read More →

An embodied cognition perspective on translation education: philosophy and pedagogy

Malcolm Frame, Head Psychologist at Southampton Football Club and Director of PAM Education is a proponent of Embodied Cognition, a growing body of information in cognitive science that emphasises the formative role the environment plays in the development of cognitive processes. Constructivism a theory found in psychology explains how we acquire knowledge and learn and …

Read More →

Perception to Action: A new approach to Training and Learning

PAM (Performance Anatomy Model) has teamed up with a team of leading educationalists to introduce a one stop training solution for practitioners and learners. Focusing on Embodied Cognition the combination of online learning programmes and workshops are designed to quickly identify a learner’s individual needs and then progresses them on an evidenced based journey that …

Read More →