TITLE

Update

PUB. DATE
October 2004
SOURCE
IT Training;Oct2004, p6
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents information on the latest news and developments for information technology training professionals. It reports that the Home Office has begun a major training roll-out to support 15,000 civil servants upgrading to Windows XP and Office XP from older versions of the software. Briefing seminars at Home Office sites across England and Wales, will give participants an overview of the accompanying e-learning course, which focuses on the new features in Windows XP and Office XP. A survey found that companies possessing an internal information technology resource regard training as more important than those that use external consultants. INSET: KEY STAT.
ACCESSION #
14814226

 

Related Articles

  • A maturing market. Murphy, Donna // IT Training;Nov2001, e-learning p3 

    The speed with which e-learning has transformed the face of skills development has been amazing. When IT Training first investigated the medium in May last year, the focus was very much on explaining what e-learning was and how to get started. Since then, the market has matured rapidly and,...

  • America's Learning exchange.  // Techniques: Connecting Education & Careers;Jan2002, Vol. 77 Issue 1, p57 

    Features the online service, America's Learning eXchange by the America's Career Kit. Development of internet-based network; Contact information; Services offered by the web site.

  • World of ntl online induction.  // IT Training;Oct2004, p73 

    The article reports that Tata Interactive Systems, a supplier of custom-built electronic-learning solutions, created this intuitive interface to update cable firm NTL's three-year-old online induction programme. All of operations of NTL Inc. had to be incorporated into the new programme, which...

  • That was the year that was. Bellinger, Alan // IT Training;Jan2007, p28 

    The article focuses on the developments in the computer industry in Great Britain in 2006. The key point from 2006 brought a focus on alignment of training with the business. Organizations have turned to the principle that training creates business value. Sourcing is now seen as a training...

  • Events.  // IT Training;Jun2004, p48 

    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...

  • Will e-learning become the standard for IT training?  // IT Training;Apr2005, p8 

    This article focuses on the IT training. The statistic may well be true for end users who are engaging in Word or Excel or other desktop training, but where the training is more complex and requires greater interaction between delegate and instructor, classroom-based training is more...

  • InterQuad named IT training firm of the year. Huber, Nick // Computer Weekly;2/17/2004, p53 

    InterQuad Learning was crowned training company of the year at the annual Institute of IT Training's awards, held at the Dorchester in London's Park Lane in London, England, earlier this month. More than 400 people attended the event, which honours the best information technology (IT) training...

  • Harnessing online learning. Barron // Training & Development;Sep99, Vol. 53 Issue 9, p28 

    Examines the developments and the different types of online learning technologies. Synchronous systems; Multinational distribution; Provider partnerships; Web-based distribution of multimedia courseware; Interactivity in the form of electronic bulletin boards; Full-service consulting;...

  • Syngenta commissions CBT to co-ordinate sales message.  // IT Training;Apr2003, p12 

    The European launch of a new insecticide from agribusiness firm Syngenta AG is being backed up by computer-assisted instruction for 500 sales staff. This would be Syngenta's first use of computerized training and was prompted by the need for a consistent sales message. The firm commissioned...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics