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  • Videotile Learning

    Principles of Performance Management

    Videotile Learning

    In any organisation; the traditional model of strict command and control wastes a significant amount of time and money. Mutual trust; employee motivation and readiness to perform can... Read more

  • Lumina Technologies

    Cyber Security - The who; why; what and how

    Lumina Technologies

    In the UK; 65% of large companies are targeted by hackers; and the average security breach costs a company ?36.5k. It is therefore hugely important to understand how to protect your... Read more

  • Lumina Technologies

    Taming the Inbox - the impact of email overload

    Lumina Technologies

    If you don’t keep on top of all the emails in your inbox; you’re in danger of becoming overwhelmed; like one client with 45;000 unread emails. On average; we’re... Read more

  • Newcastle University Centre for Professional & Executive Development

    Carbon Footprinting and Management (incl. an introduction to the Greenhouse Gas Protocol)

    Newcastle University Centre for Professional & Executive Development

    An increasing number of organisations; of all sizes and sectors; are placing a focus on Carbon Management. Benefits include: Meet customer expectations; Continuous improvement... Read more

  • I2d2

    Know Your Role

    I2d2

    Two e-learning courses designed to help employees in a Health and Social Care setting understand their role. Your Role and Responsibilities runs through what is meant by your role; why... Read more

  • I2d2

    Stress in the Workplace

    I2d2

    E-learning course to raise awareness of the risks posed by workplace stress and how to manage those risks. The course runs through the prevalence of workplace stress and its health... Read more

  • GoSkills Ltd

    Microsoft Excel – Macros and VBA

    GoSkills Ltd

    Learn to automate your most repetitive tasks at the push of a button with Excel macros and VBA. In this online course; you will learn to create powerful macros using VBA (Visual Basic... Read more

  • GoSkills Ltd

    Introduction to CSS

    GoSkills Ltd

    If you have ever wanted to build and design stylish; responsive websites; this introductory course can help you get started with CSS for web design and development. Designed for... Read more

  • GoSkills Ltd

    Introduction to HTML

    GoSkills Ltd

    If you have ever wanted to build your own website; get started in web development or understand how to use HTML on your blog; this introductory course can help you get up and running in... Read more

  • GoSkills Ltd

    Introduction to JavaScript

    GoSkills Ltd

    The JavaScript programming language is a fundamental building block of the internet; and is an essential tool to have in your web development toolkit. This introductory course can help... Read more

  • GoSkills Ltd

    Introduction to PHP

    GoSkills Ltd

    HP is one of the most popular server-side languages; and plays a huge role in web development. This introductory course can help you learn to use PHP to produce your own dynamic;... Read more

  • GoSkills Ltd

    Trello

    GoSkills Ltd

    Whether it’s managing a project with your team at work; checking off your daily to-do list; or planning a vacation; Trello can help you visualize your workflow and maximize your... 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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