News stories from Bray Leino Learning in 2004
Bray Leino Learning | 08 Nov 2004
BroadSkill, the UK's largest supplier of freelance IT trainers and a successful supplier of database development solutions, today announced the appointment of Peter Clements to head up its growing IT solutions practice. Many of the company’s trainers are experienced IT practitioners, and BroadSkill takes advantage of this huge network of highly skilled and proven individuals to provide IT solutions to customers in both the public and private sector. This business is now to receive increased focus.
Bray Leino Learning | 17 Sep 2004
BroadSkill, the UK's largest supplier of freelance IT trainers, and Elliott Computer Training of Bristol have been selected to provide all IT user training for around 12,000 UK employees at Airbus. BroadSkill was approached directly by the aircraft manufacturing company following positive experience from the use of BroadSkill trainers on earlier contracts.
Bray Leino Learning | 08 Sep 2004
BroadSkill, the UK's largest supplier of freelance IT trainers, today announced that it was fast becoming a significant force in the highly specialised world of accessibility training. In particular, Broadskill is providing trainers to Eliesha Training, a major provider of personal and management development training, to develop skills in special IT support packages amongst those with a visual or other physical impairment at the Department for Work and Pensions.
Bray Leino Learning | 15 Jul 2004
BroadSkill, the UK's largest supplier of freelance IT trainers, has been awarded External Service Provider accreditation by the Institute of IT Training (IITT). Following the inspection visit, the IITT commented on how impressed they were with BroadSkill’s operation and approach.
Bray Leino Learning | 02 Jun 2004
BroadSkill, the UK's largest supplier of freelance IT trainers, and Alopeto, a learning solutions provider based in Glasgow, today reported on the successful completion of a European roll-out of desktop training for Nestlé Purina. The challenging project involved training around 3,500 staff in their local language at mainly rural locations spread right across Europe.
Bray Leino Learning | 13 May 2004
BroadSkill, the UK's largest supplier of freelance IT trainers, has been awarded a major outsourcing contract by Atos Origin to handle all training administration for the company in the UK. Using software from Enterprise Study and in-house resources experienced in managing large training projects, BroadSkill will work with Atos Origin to automate processes and manage around 5,000 course bookings per year.
Bray Leino Learning | 13 Jan 2004
BroadSkill, the UK's largest supplier of freelance IT trainers, today announced that its revenues grew by 40% in calendar year 2003. This is in contrast to the UK training market which, according to IT Skills Research, is estimated to have declined by 13% over the same period. The UK company, which changed its name on 1st January from Intuition Group, also reported a string of new clients over the period.
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