Training falling back in IT says e-Skills report

September 2003
IT Training;Sep2003, p5
Trade Publication
The IT training market returned to a decline in the first three months of 2003, according to the latest quarterly report by E-Skills UK. The agency reports that training provider revenues and profits both fell after a brief period of growth at the end of 2002. The quarter also saw organizations continue to trim their training budgets, with just 13 per cent of IT staff receiving training. SQL remains the skill most in demand, followed by Oracle. The report also notes a marked demand for C#, Citrix, Net, Novel and X400, although employer demand for SAP and Windows NT fell.


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