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Enact Solutions – Actors, Facilitators, Sales

Enact Solutions is the home of forward thinking, drama-based learning and development specialists.

We’re a who deliver a great set of powerful, innovative and engaging to a diverse range of public and private sector organisations across the UK and sometimes further afield. Our ever growing list of speaks for itself.

If you reckon you’d be a perfect fit for us, we’d definitely be interested to hear from you. Check out our career opportunities and get on our radar by sending us your CV and telling us why you think we might be a good fit for each other.

UK Distance Learning & Publishing

UK Distance Learning & Publishing is a company that specialises in online and distance learning A-Level courses. We are currently seeking authors for our new Religious Studies and Physics A-Level courses. The courses must be written to match the latest specifications from Edexcel and AQA respectively. We are happy to receive either joint or individual applications.

A strong undergraduate degree in a related subject is an absolute requirement for our authors, and we would ideally prefer someone with experience of teaching A-Levels (though this is not an essential requirement). The deadline for delivering the finished course would be September 2016

If you would be interested in applying, please send an email to  with a copy of your CV and a covering letter explaining why you feel you would be a suitable person to write a distance learning course.

Job and Career Success

5 Top Tips to get ahead of the game

Driven by new technology, increased competition and customer choice and the relentless pace of change, the business world and workplace is changing – and fast.

The things that helped people to job and career success in the past have long gone – no one should expect a ‘job for life’ any more. The stakes have changed.



The new age of exploration

The rise of instruction

From the earliest days of computer-assisted learning, way back in the mid 1970s, the dominant teaching strategy has been instruction. So dominant in fact, that those tasked with devising and assembling technology-based learning solutions have been called instructional designers ever since. As a result, it is easy to believe that there is only one valid approach to teaching on a computer and instruction is it.