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May 2004
IT Training;May2004, p9
Trade Publication
This article presents information related to training of information technology in Great Britain. Software company Centra has joined French learning specialist HyperOffice to provide learning management and real-time collaboration solutions to the French market Pierre Tcherkawsky, the founder of HyperOffice, says the market for collaboration technology is poised to take off. Electric Paper has launched e-learning courseware for the New Computer Literacy and Information Technology (New CLAIT) qualification for FT beginners, accredited by Great Britain's awarding body, OCR. The Scout Association is using e-learning to teach its adult volunteers how to be scout leaders.


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