TITLE

Supplier news: News briefs

PUB. DATE
July 2004
SOURCE
IT Training;Jul/Aug2004, p12
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article presents news briefs related to information technology. Azlan has moved its Cisco remote-training laboratory from its Wokingham office to a purpose-built facility in Magna Park, in the Midlands. Oxford Cambridge and RSA Examinations has introduced computer-based assessment for some units of its New CLAiT and CLAiT Plus qualifications. Conferencing software supplier Centra has launched the latest version of its product, Centra 7.1. Age Concerns Inc. and Microsoft Corp. have teamed up to run an IT training bus for elderly people in the South-West. American LMS supplier Pathlore is sponsoring an English cricket team. The Royal National Institute for the Deaf and Barclays Bank have teamed up to produce an IT training DVD for deaf and hard of hearing people. Ann Limb has resigned as CEO of Ufi, the e-learning provider that runs the government's learndirect scheme.
ACCESSION #
13820452

 

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