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Socitm launches new short courses programme
Socitm, the public sector ICT managers' association, has unveiled its new short courses programme.
The programme, which runs to end of 2006, includes new courses on business continuity management; mind mapping techniques for programme and project management; process and workflow re-engineering and other applications; and a series of courses to support the tactical delivery of 't'-Government.
The Head of ICT to CIO course introduced last year will continue, and three new CIO-related courses are being added to the programme, covering developing business cases and communicating with the Board; stakeholder management in complex or shared service environments; and leading change through stakeholder influencing.
Socitm are running some courses as 24hr events (to include accommodation the night before the course) to give delegates the chance to network with colleagues and discuss course content in an informal as well as formal learning environment.
Mark Brett, who manages the learning programme for Socitm said: "In putting together this programme we've tried to tackle some very current issues and challenges. That explains the emphasis on security and business continuity, the transformation agenda, and issues around the CIO role."
Socitm says members who successfully complete the Society's continuous professional development (CPD) scheme for either 2005 or 2006 will receive a £50 voucher towards any Socitm learning course.
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