Training and Education Article Archive

  • As mobile devices with internet access become more common, the rise of learning on the move is edging closer.
  • Ten questions to ask a potential training provider to help ensure that a company is getting the best return on its investment.
  • Podcasts are evolving and should not be restricted to the consumer marketplace, believes Gary Schwartz, CEO, Byte Me TV.
  • Rebecca Keen ran the training programme for a new tool for the adult social services department at York Council. Her success earned her the title of BCS IT Trainer of the Year 2007.
  • Effective communication was a key factor in the successful introduction of new IT training materials for staff and students by the London School of Economics.
  • A quiet revolution has been gradually bringing in a new breed of Microsoft qualifications, ousting the well-known MCSE. Gary Flood looks at changes in Microsoft certifications for IT professionals and for users.
  • What help is the government offering to improve IT skills in the workplace, and is it working? Donald Taylor investigates how successful the Train to Gain scheme is likely to be, how it works and how IT training managers benefit.
  • The pressure this year is to deliver more for less - and open source could be your way of meeting that challenging expectation, especially for informal learning.
  • Business analysts often need to show evidence of their skills, which ISEB qualifications can help provide.
  • A new certification in mainframes aims to give the profession a boost.