IT training budgets drop again

November 2003
IT Training;Nov2003, p8
Trade Publication
According to IT Skills Research, the average IT training budget fell by nine percent this year and now stands at £1,238, compared to £1,359 in 2002. This is in addition to budgets being slashed by 16 percent in 2002 compared to 2001. These figures reflect the depressed state of the IT training market.


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