IT Distance Learning News

Employment Prospects not looking brighter »
This is the view of British workers following a survey which revealed that employers are not interested in developing their employees’ skills by investing in training, according to recent research.

Bad typing slowing down students »
New research has suggested that many young people in the UK could benefit from an online computer course to enhance their skills.

IT training courses the future of education »
Many more teachers could soon be looking to undertake an IT distance learning course to ensure they are up to speed on the latest technology being incorporated into the classroom.

A-level results could lead to more IT home study »
The latest A-level results could result in more people choosing to take up IT distance learning courses in a bid to boost their chances of getting a job in the future.

Rise in youth drop-out rate »
An increase in the number of people dropping out of full-time education or employment has demonstrated the potential importance of IT home study.

Lancashire training schemes highlighted »
Training initiatives in Lancashire designed to provide more people with the skills to get back to work have been praised by a local councillor.

Businesses urged to focus on training »
Businesses in Cumbria are being encouraged to increase the amount of training they provide to their staff in an effort to boost skills and help them beat the recession.

Rise in young people training in Cheshire »
More young people in Cheshire are choosing to stay in education or training in an effort to boost their chances of getting a job, new research has found.

Older people urged to train in business »
Older people who have been made redundant could choose to take up IT training courses to prepare them for managing their own business.

Social media is struggling to make profit »
It is becoming increasingly difficult for social networking sites to identify a source of income that would not have a negative impact on their members' loyalty, says an IT expert.

Consumers reluctant to cut back on communications tech »
Britons would prefer to cut back on holidays than on their mobile or broadband use because they value communication, says an industry watchdog.