Tag Archives: training

Security Awareness for Household Personnel

How many times throughout history has an entire army successfully protected their ruler from repeated assassinations, attacks from foreign armies and attempted coups, only to allow their leader to be killed by a close and trusted aide? When a decision is made to provide security for a principal, (regardless of …

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The Magic behind an Estate Garden

What do top gardens do when working on an estate

Managing the Horticulture on a private estate comes with a huge level of responsibility. It is often played down by most, but the reality is somewhat very different. Estate and Manor magazine caught up with Carl Donnelly who specialises in the Management of Horticultural design and maintenance on private estates. …

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What Safety Training Do Cabin Crew Undergo?

In my last article I discussed the importance of safety training for anybody tasked with working onboard a private aircraft. I am often asked what training do Cabin Crew actually go through? Cabin Crew working in commercial operations in Europe have to complete an Attestation of Cabin Crew, this is …

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The value of joining a professional association

As a career coach, one of the things I am frequently asked is if joining a professional association worth the cost. To which I reply a resounding “yes!” There are a number of benefits for just about any association: Showing professionalism on your resume, LinkedIn and other marketing materials Of …

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Pursuing The Household Management Dream

how do you become a household manager?

Across all industries in the global workplace you can easily find ‘fast track courses’ which are readily available for those wishing to change their career path and make a better life for themselves. Some of these courses will ‘guarantee’ instant success in terms of finding a suitable position – which …

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Five Things Every Luxury Estate Needs

You’ve learned to pull the shades at night and double-check the locks, but when is that not enough? The Domestic Estate Management Association (DEMA), a worldwide educational association for the Private Service Community, urges estate owners and private service professionals to reevaluate their current safety measures; often there are weaknesses …

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