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March 2004
IT Training;Mar2004, p12
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This article presents news related to information technology (IT) training. Cerco Training has launched a three-day Computer First Aider course aimed at small and medium sized business that do not have an IT department. Educational publisher Cambridge University Press and Hitachi Software Engineering have set up a joint venture to produce e-learning content for teachers. The British Computer Society has launched a course for people who have absolutely no knowledge of computers. The course begins with how to turn on a computer, and how to use a mouse, before progressing to email and Internet use.


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