News: News briefs

June 2003
IT Training;Jun2003, p7
Trade Publication
Presents several news briefs related to information technology training as of June 2003. Threats for Great Britain technology industry related to its training methods; Free guide on electronic learning issued by electronic learning specialist Fuel; Plans of training provider Aston Swann to test its own product, ECDL for educators.


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