UK, the body responsible for addressing Britain’s IT skills, has published a
new skills framework.
a strategic business unit of E-Skills, has published the first draft of the
plans as part of the consultation process.
User Skills Framework has been drafted with extensive input from over 50
employers, including Norwich Union, the Ministry of Defence and BT.
programme is sponsored by the Department for Education and Skills and the
Learning and Skills Council and is intended to stimulate feedback from the
or individuals wishing to evaluate the framework can view it in its current
form and complete an online survey at www.e-skills.com/it4all