A unique event for new ideas

June 2003
IT Training;Jun2003, p10
Trade Publication
The information technology (IT) Training Forum 2003 is all about interaction, with workshops and moderators involving in-depth discussions, senior staff from the best suppliers in the industry, and opportunities to network among the sort of people who can make a real difference to learning outcomes. Attended by senior IT training and electronic learning professionals from across all sectors, from financial services and the public sector, retail and education, the IT Training Forum provides an excellent way gain new ideas, meet new contacts and do business. People meet with some of the Great Britain's foremost learning suppliers, network with your peers and participate in round-table discussions, led by people who are experts in their field. The goal of all training programs should be to produce results that drive the business forward.


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