Training and Education Article Archive

  • As a true product of the 80's the BBC Micro arrived in a cream case, with striking piano black keys contrasted by the vivid red function keys across the top and a dot-matrix like Owl emblazoned in the corner reminding you of your wisdom in choosing this machine over the Sinclair Spectrum.
  • Udo Richard Averweg, looks at professional ICT practitioners and the role of continuing professional development (CPD) in South Africa.
  • The pace of change has never been greater. So it's not surprising that change practice has become a serious buzzword for business. Robert Streeter, Senior Product Manager at BCS, explains more.
  • Jill Dann FBCS CITP, Director at Consultation Ltd, takes us on a whistle stop tour of BCSWomen Specialist Group’s methods and tools.
  • January 2014 saw BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT produce its first State of Play report on business intelligence (BI). What’s changed for 2015? Brian Runciman MBCS reports.
  • Busy year? Having trouble catching up? Check out the best of BCS’s State of Play reports 2014. Brian Runciman MBCS summarises.
  • A quiet revolution is underway in IT apprenticeships, one in which government, employers, professional bodies and awarding bodies are aligned. Paul Jagger FBCS, reports.
  • Augmented reality is a buzzword at the moment and the commercial world is already running full steam ahead with the technology. With that in mind, Judy Bloxham, Jisc RSC Northwest, explores how augmented reality is making a difference to the learning process.
  • Digital Technology Business Analyst, Vijay Nair, discusses commercial e-learning sectors and then explains how by applying COBIT 5 principles organisations can help improve overall business.
  • By 2020 there could be heads-up displays (HUDs) in over nine million cars. Brian Runciman MBCS looks at some of the impacts of HUDs and Google Glass.