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Information Technology CPD Courses and Workshops Available

  • Senseco Systems

    BS5839 - Part 1 - Fire Detection & Alarm Systems for Buildings

    Senseco Systems

    This presentation gives an overview of the British Standard BS5839 Fire Detection & Alarm Systems for Buildings Part 1 Code of Practice for system design and installation and... Read more

  • FCS Compliance Ltd

    Anti-Money Laundering for the Legal Profession

    FCS Compliance Ltd

    Providing a 3 hour practically based training session for persons employed in the UK legal sector who require an understanding and working knowledge of the primary and secondary... Read more

  • Your Cloud Works

    Your Cloud Works G Suite Training Program

    Your Cloud Works

    It’s time for you to grow as a G Suite user; and share your knowledge and experience with others. Our qualified; experienced Google trainers; have developed a positive mixture of... Read more

  • Excitech

    BIM Processes & Procedures


    A facilitated one day training course focusing on the principles of Building Information Modelling (BIM) Level 2 and the application of industry standard methods and processes

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  • Videotile Learning

    Prevent Duty

    Videotile Learning

    Intelligence indicates that further terrorist attacks in our country are ‘highly likely’. Experience tells us that the threat comes not just from foreign nationals; but from... Read more

  • Clymac Fire & Security

    ZP2 Training

    Clymac Fire & Security

    Training on Ziton/UTC ZP2 Panels for Engineers and Office Staff.

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  • Skillcast

    Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Terrorist Financing


    This course covers the legal obligations of companies to prevent and report money laundering and terrorist financing. Your employees will find out about the systems and procedures that... Read more

  • Skillcast

    Bribery Prevention


    Our Bribery Prevention course can help you to educate your employees and associated persons on their legal and contractual obligations in this respect; and the consequences of getting... Read more

  • Skillcast

    Competition Law


    This course is designed to educate your employees about various anti-competitive practices; including cartels; informal collusion; careless breaches; tying and bundling; and other... Read more

  • Skillcast

    Data Protection


    Facts and opinions about individuals constitute personal data; and are legally protected in the UK and elsewhere in the EU. Learn about the principles of data protection and how you can... Read more

  • Skillcast

    Equality and Diversity in the Workplace


    Although you may feel that you treat people equally; sometimes your actions might be perceived differently by others; and lead them to feel uncomfortable; let down or discriminated... Read more

  • Skillcast

    Fraud Prevention


    Fraud is a real and present danger for us; and its consequences are very serious for our Company and the individuals involved. Learn about the triggers and early-warning indicators that... 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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