June 2004
IT Training;Jun2004, p48
Trade Publication
The article presents information related to the forthcoming events on information technology (IT) training. The IT Training Forum is a two-day event at the Oxford Belfry Hotel, Oxfordshire on June 2. This training program is for senior IT training and e-learning managers offers the opportunity to attend workshops, source new suppliers and network with peers from some of the British's leading companies. Speakers will include Gordon Bull, director of Vodafone Global Campus, Clive Shepherd, director of Above and Beyond, and Khalid Aziz of the Aziz Corp. The Chartered Institute of Personnel Development's annual HR software exhibition is being held at London's Olympia centre for two days in June. Last year, the event attracted around 2,000 visitors, and 75 suppliers. The Institute of IT Training begins a series of seminars with "Finding the Business Value of Skills, Moving From Training Costs to Business Benefits." The event will be held in London, and costs £ 195+ VAT for IITT members and £295+ VAT for non-members.


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