Training and e-Learning
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Online platform connects schools with funding, resources

AlumnusOnline aims to link schools with corporates that adopt and support educational institutions.

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How schools can drive change in education

The culture change can start with extracurricular activities like robotics and coding classes, which can be presented to all ages, says Lulu Burger, director of Education at the OnSite Group.

2:40

CS Interactive Training becomes PECB partner

CS-it is running a variety of cyber security courses on penetration testing, cyber forensics and open source intelligence.

1:30
Yesterday

SkyGroup appointed Barco ClickShare training centre

SkyGroup will be able to provide its resellers with customised training sessions on how to best use, deploy and support Barco's presentation system.

4:00
Yesterday

Building a high performance culture

The majority of employees perform tasks that are one level below their position in the organisation. Training can change that.

0:50
Yesterday

White paper: Cyber threats: all you need to know

Companies can improve their security IQ by implementing education and training programmes for employees.

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Graduates must understand the tools industry uses

While open source analytics programs are effective in an academic environment, corporates want graduates who also understand how to use the sophisticated enterprise technologies that are required by business.

3:10

UWC to offer immersive tech diploma

The accredited postgraduate diploma will incorporate augmented reality and virtual reality.

3:30

Telecoms ministry commits to women empowerment in tech

The department supports the TechnoGirl Trust, to empower young women from previously disadvantaged communities to participate in the digital economy.

3:10
Friday

ITWeb to host training at GDPR Update 2018

Gideon Bouwer, cyber law and criminal law forensics specialist at Cyber-law Forensics, will facilitate the training on 8 and 9 November.

3:10

Zindi to crowdsource solutions to African challenges

The new platform will enable data scientists to solve real-world business problems through monthly competitions, says Ixio Analytics.