When you are studying towards any qualification, knowing your learning style can help you get off to the best start possible. We have created this quiz to help you identify your learning style and find out which of our study supports will work best for you.
When it comes to an exam, all students know that every single mark counts. Good exam technique and precise time management can be the difference between passing and failing, and all too often these are the areas where students tend to miss out on the opportunity to gain more marks.
With less than a year to go until General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect, now is the time for insurance professionals to get up-to-speed on what this means for our industry.
In an article from our magazine The Insider, Tracey Mullin discusses the risks of naturally occurring weather events in the shipping industry and how they can be managed.
Nina Gaston, Partner at DWF, discusses the significant changes proposed to Irish insurance contracts by the Consumer Insurance Contracts Bill 2017.
Sarah McGrath, Nutritional Therapist at Body Balance Nutrition, provides tips on how simple diet changes can help to stabilise your energy levels for improved performance in the workplace.
In an article from our member magazine, The Insider, Tobias Müller and Robert Joniec of Müller Consultancy, give insights on what the Irish insurance market can expect following Brexit and how organisations can best prepare.
Hesus Inoma, CEO and Founder of InsurTech startup WeSavvy, explains how in an increasingly connected world, insurers need to embrace emerging technologies to meet consumer demand.
Creating and sticking to a study plan can be difficult, particularly when you're trying to balance this with a busy home and work life. Whether you're facing the first exam you’ve sat in a while or you’re a seasoned student, knowing how to make a plan that fits in with your schedule is a key first step towards achieving success.
In the second issue of our member magazine, The Insider, Elaine Morrissey (Associate Solicitor at McDowell Purcell) looks at how EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will impact the insurance industry when it comes into force in May 2018.