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    • QA Appoints New Director of Cyber Security

      QA | London |

      QA, the leading provider of Technical IT training, today announces the appointment of Greg Newton-Ingham to the position of Director of Cyber Security as part of an ongoing commitment to the provision of excellent cyber security training at QA.

    • New appointment reinforces QA's ITIL credentials

      QA |

      Jeff Payne, Director of Professional Best Practice at QA, has been nominated by ISEB as the representative for Europe to the ITIL V3 ATO Sub-Group. In this role, Payne represents all Accredited Training Organisations (ATOs) across Europe as well as QA.

    • QA-IQ instructor finalist for BCS award - IT Trainer of the Year nomination for David Singh

      QA |

      QA-IQ instructor, David Singh, has been announced as a finalist in the prestigious BCS IT Industry Awards 2007 - Individual Excellence Section.

      Nominated for his exceptional skills as a trainer, David's entry was based on his achievements in the last twelve months. A specialist in Microsoft Dynamics technology, David has delivered a number of highly successful bespoke learning programmes for QA-IQ's customers.

    • QA trainer is finalist for prestigious BCS award

      QA | London, UK |

      Darren Burford, Technical Training Consultant at QA, Training Company of the Year 2005, has been selected as a finalist for the prestigious 'Trainer of the Year' award in the third British Computer Society IT Professional Awards.

    • Second MVP for QA

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      Charles Clarke, senior instructor at QA, the UK’s leading independent provider of training and consulting, has been awarded prestigious Most Valuable Professional (MVP) status by Microsoft for his technical expertise and service to Microsoft communities.

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