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    Advanced Excel

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    A business relevant online excel course that teaches the advanced functions of Microsoft excel in the business environment.

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    Word

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    A stripped down and business relevant online Word course that teaches the essentials of using Microsoft Word in the business environment.

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    Effective Outlook

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    Introduces the user to the interface and basic functionality of Outlook; teaches the user how to use Outlook’s functionality to effectively process and manage emails; explains how... Read more

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    Microsoft SharePoint

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    Introduces the user to the interface and basic functionality of SharePoint; teaches the user how to share content with SharePoint using libraries; lists and document-management and... Read more

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    Financial Business Analysis

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    Using written material; images; screencasts; exercises and customisable modelling worksheets; the course equips the user to effectively perform a range of business-data analysis tasks... Read more

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    Business Writing

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    The course takes users from the beginning of the writing process to the end in order to teach them how to ensure their writing (whether emails; reports or other documents) is... Read more

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    Communication; Influence and Teams

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    As well as an introduction and conclusion; the course is divided into three sections: communication; influence and teamwork. The communication section covers emotional awareness;... Read more

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    Project Management

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    The course teaches all the skills and knowledge required to successfully manage projects in today’s business environment. The course is structured according to the preparation;... Read more

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    Introduction to Data Science

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    This course teaches the key elements of data science; allowing business generalists to solve real business problems. It is an accelerated way for those interested in data science to... Read more

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    Digital Collaboration with Office 365

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    This course looks at the common features of Office 365 and how they can be used to support collaboration and communication. This course will teach people how to monitor and collaborate... Read more

  • The British Private Equity & Venture Capital Association (BVCA)

    Responsible Investment

    The British Private Equity & Venture Capital Association (BVCA)

    This course provides an overview of the life of a deal cycle; with the focus on Responsible Investment and the importance of it. Individuals will leave the course with an understanding... Read more

  • Videotile Learning

    Safeguarding Children

    Videotile Learning

    Safeguarding is a term used that describes the work and processes undertaken to minimise and manage the risks involved to vulnerable children. This training video discusses the figures... Read more

More information about Information Technology

The UK provides one of the largest Information Technology sectors in the world. According to UK Trade & Industry, the UK IT sector is worth £58billion annually. Technology Insights states 1.5million people are now employed in the UK IT sector which provides an overall contribution of £81billion (9%) to the total UK economy.

However, the IT sector encounters challenges as does any other industry sector. As Information Technology becomes more crucial to everyday life, the sector is pushed to make IT more ”real-time” and “user-friendly”, and consumerism drives thinking to expect more from IT whilst demanding to pay less. It is generally accepted that the IT sector has achieved levels of maturity over recent decades in line with more traditional industries, and a significant provider to the UK economy. Yet there has also been a shift in mind-set that IT innovation is now considered a normal evolutionary progression rather than a revolutionary shift in the way we live.

Similar to any industry the UK IT sector is not safe from the threats of, as both location & national boundaries obstructions diminish, and high-skilled labour becomes readily available across the globe at significantly varied scales of cost. Continuous investment in technological education is vital to maintain a competitive advantage from both a micro & macro-economic perspective.

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