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Does work experience trump formal education?
A new poll from Hays indicates Kiwis place higher emphasis on work experience than formal education when it comes to career progression.
Western Sydney University Online takes students inside the mind of a cybercriminal
Western Sydney University Online will offer Australia’s first undergraduate course that will look at the psychological & technical sides of cybercrime
Aura InfoSec brings online cybersecurity training tool to all NZ businesses
if your staff don’t know what a phishing scam looks like, or use work devices in unsecure ways; they’re leaving huge gaps in your security armour."
ESET offers free cybersecurity awareness training program
ESET is now offering free cybersecurity awareness training for anyone who wants to learn about cybersecurity and the risk of being attacked.
Auldhouse launches NZ's premier remote ICT training course
Auldhouse is the first New Zealand company to offer live online training in ICT and tech training is coming to local businesses.
Digital disruption courses to transform business
Business leaders can now embrace digital disruption through training programmes in digital strategy and transformation.
Tableau courses tackle data analyst skills shortage
Tableau Software partners with Lynda.com, Pluralsight & Data Assembly to tackle IT & data analyst skills shortage by offering training programmes.
REFFIND launches employee training platform
REFFIND has launched an education feature designed to enable organisations to deliver short-form video information to employees via their smartphones.
Technology training company comes to Sydney
“Pluralsight’s expansion throughout Australia and New Zealand supports the tremendous technology boom we are seeing in the region,”
Open Sesame - The iTunes of eLearning
New technologies are continually making it easier than ever before to distribute and share learning content with businesses rushing to capitalise.