New developments as Institute gets new home

April 2004
IT Training;Apr2004, p59
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The National Computing Centre (NCC) is now accommodating its new offices in a prestigious building on the Westwood Park Business Centre on the outskirts of Coventry, about 2 miles from its former premises in the University of Warwick Science Park. They have moved to new offices, in the same area as the University of Warwick campus area, that take into account the expanding requirements of the Institute, explains Tony Moss, professional services director of the Institute. Colin Steed, chief executive of the Institute, welcomes the move, it really is an exciting time for them, and this marks the new phase in their development since the NCC acquisition last year. Marketing a training department: changing hearts and minds towards training, 10 November 2004, London. The trust's Health Informatics Training Service provides training to mental health and primary care staff, service users and carers across the Wakefield health community. The service delivers training in desktop IT software, local clinical information systems and the electronic evidence-base and comprises five training staff, plus a service manager. INSETS: IITT one-day seminar programme;IITT National Training Conference 2004.


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