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Profit in Prof IT Conference Initiative to Add Prestige to Technology Careers

The Prof IT 2006 Conference, in London, saw the launch of a new initiative to help promote I.T. expertise for the British Computer Society (BCS).

e-skills Passport identifies the skills needs and ITQ provides the training solution

IT students at British Computer Society (BCS) centres will be able to monitor their ITQ progress with an online self-assessment program from e-skills UK.

Training providers share insights on IT user skills at ITQ conference

More than 300 IT training providers came together at the QEII conference centre in central London to share best practice and innovation at e-skills UK's annual ITQ conference on 29th May. ITQ is a flexible qualification which enables those who use IT to develop the skills most relevant to their particular needs.

Decline in Computing Students Is 'Potentially Disastrous Situation', According to UK Academics

CPHC Report – A Study on the IT labour market in the UK The Council of Professors and Heads of Computing in the UK (CPHC) announces the launch of a new report , entitled “A Study on the IT labour market in the UK”, commissioned by CPHC through the British Computer Society (BCS) and carried out by Research Insights Ltd, a market survey organisation.


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