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Centre E-Newsletter - January 2018
Happy New Year!

Happy New Year from everyone at the IAB! We are looking forward to an exciting year ahead and we hope you all have a very successful 2018.

A date for the diary

27th April - London Tutors' Workshop

This annual event is a must for tutors. It provides the opportunity to network with other tutors from around the country, meet the IAB team and find out more about the IAB qualifications.

More information about the workshop will be coming out in subsequent e-newsletters, but for now, pencil the date in the diary so you can attend.

Apprenticeship levy coming under fire

The controversial apprenticeship levy is facing a growing backlash from UK businesses, with companies finding a well-meaning policy is being strangled with red tape.

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New position available: money mule

One third (32%) of Britons would apply for a job as a money mule, helping criminals to launder money.

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Cyberattacks averaging 633 per day per firm!

UK companies are under attack, with the average firm ‘experiencing’ a whopping 231,028 cyberattacks during 2017. That equates to 633 attempts to breach firewalls every day.

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Fasting improves brainpower

So, how can your students improve their brainpower? Researchers are now recommending the 5:2 diet! Enforced fasting in mice has shown that it causes changes in the brain...

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Overconfident young most at risk

Tech-savvy twenty-somethings are more vulnerable to online fraud than the elderly because they are overconfident with technology, says a report by Policy Network.

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Mindfulness can lower exam stress

Mindfulness training could help reduce your students reduce their stress levels during exam time, says a new study.

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International - Economists call for overhaul of euro zone, creation of joint 'safe assets'

Leading economists from France and Germany on Wednesday weighed in on the politically heated debate about making the euro zone more resilient during any future crises by calling for new fiscal rules and the creation of a virtual euro-area “safe asset”.

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