Key Exhibitors

December 2003
IT Training;Dec2003/Jan2004, p20
Trade Publication
The article presents information about several exhibitors of Learning Technologies 2004 conference. The British Computer Society is the Chartered Engineering Institution for all Information Systems professionals. Formed in 1957 and granted a Royal Charter in 1984, the Society has 40,000 members. European Computer Driving Licence is the internationally recognized computer skills qualification that provides a tangible measure and the certification of a computer user's competency. E2train is a leading provider of learning systems and solutions. Its team has been providing technology based training solutions to major organizations since 1995. Futuremedia PLC is a proven provider of innovative and effective e-learning solutions to corporate clients and public sector organizations. Global Knowledge Inc. is a worldwide leader in IT education and enterprise training solutions.


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