Recording the results of continuous development

October 2003
IT Training;Oct2003, p58
Trade Publication
The Institute of IT Training's (IITT) new online assessment programme will allow members to put their competencies to the test. In association with Infobasis, IITT is launching an online self-assessment programme that will be available through the IITT website for both members and prospective members to test their competencies. On the site, you will find full details of how to enter, what the judges will be looking for, the ten awards categories — including two new ones— as well as the entry form, ticket booking form, sponsors, judging criteria, judging dates and a roll of honor outlining the winners from the past three years. INSETS: IITT online seminar programme;Entry deadline for the IT Training Awards 2004;IT training salaries and benefits survey;Help us to promote best practice


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