October 2004
IT Training;Oct2004, p7
Trade Publication
This article presents inforormation on training projects in various information technology companies. It reports that plant and construction equipment hire company A-Plant is introducing electronic-learning to staff at 225 branches across Great Britain for a variety of training needs, including instruction on the company's internal software system. Hilton International has installed an integrated learning and content management system to develop the operations of its online university. Supermarket chain Budgens is rolling out a programme of education and training to more than 6,000 staff, following its decision to introduce a new electronic point-of-sale system.


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