Skills minister to deliver 2004 Forum speech

December 2003
IT Training;Dec2003/Jan2004, p8
Trade Publication
Ivan Lewis,Great Britain's skills minister, is to give the keynote address at IT Training's second Forum in June 2004. He will explain the government's vision of how to solve the skills crisis affecting Great Britain businesses. Other confirmed speakers are Gordon Bull, director of Vodafone Global Campus, who will look at how to develop a mobile-learning strategy and Khalid Aziz, chairman of Aziz Corp., who will advise delegates on how to beef up their personal brand to get what they want.


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