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Socitm partnership offers security e-learning
The Society of Information Technology Management (Socitm) has formed a partnership with Easy i, part of the compliance division of SAI Global Limited, to deliver e-learning courses to public sector managers and staff around issues such as information security, security for mobile working, data protection and the Freedom of Information Act.
Socitm says the courses, which are available for staff and managers at all levels, qualify for points under the Socitm Continued Professional Development (CPD) scheme.
Mark Brett, learning manager for Socitm, said: "Partnering with Easy i is enabling us to provide our large member base and their colleagues with easy access to quality, effective e-learning solutions.
"We are always looking for new and innovative approaches to training and these courses, which use a scenario based methodology to bring the learning content to life, will play a significant role in illustrating desired behaviours and outcomes in the vital area of information security."
Terry Hancock, chief executive of SAI Global Compliance Division, said: "We are delighted to extend our extensive curriculum of compliance, risk and awareness training into the public sector. The resource provides instant access to training programs on key topic areas, with each program specially tailored to the public sector."
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