TITLE

THE BEST TRAINING WE EVER DID

AUTHOR(S)
Tanski, Sally
PUB. DATE
October 2004
SOURCE
IT Training;Oct2004, p11
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article presents information on the best information technology (IT) trainers for the year 2004. Executive Sally Tanski, associated with the Britannia Building Society CRM trained 1,200 people in four months, across 40 projects. He is a finalist in this year's IT Trainer of the Year Award run by the British Computer Society. One of the best things his company did was to recruit and train their trainers from within the organization, this meant they understood the business and the environment staff were working in. And now there is a legacy of people who have the skills to train.
ACCESSION #
14814230

 

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