QA scoops MS global CTEC of the year award

November 2003
IT Training;Nov2003, p5
Trade Publication
QA Training has become Great Britain's first training provider to be awarded Microsoft's coveted Global CTEC for innovation, quality and demonstrable value in training delivery. QA, the Western European finalist, was honored at the software giant's recent sixth, annual Certified Partner Awards in New Orleans. The judging panel praised in particular the firm's learning integration management programmes for their ability to develop employee skills in a way that is effective, flexible and offers organizations real value for money.


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