Housing staff get MOS opportunity

December 2003
IT Training;Dec2003/Jan2004, p6
Trade Publication
Stoke, England-based housing organization Beth Johnson Housing Group is offering the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) qualification to its entire workforce. More than 100 employees are being encouraged to sign up for the MOS scheme's seven modules. The tutorial-based training is being delivered onsite by an MCW Group trainer from December 2003 until June 2004. The Housing Group has also been accredited as a satellite testing center for those staff wishing to take the accompanying exams. Staff will have the chance to learn a module every six to eight weeks, with Core Word lessons kick-starting the training program.


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