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Public Sector Informant : PSI - October
THE PUBLIC SECTOR INFORMANT 21 [OCTOBER 2010] Free seminar: Making SharePoint work for your organisation. Thursday 21 October. Contact us to RSVP. Announcing the launch of our Information Technology and Professional Development training in Canberra. Satisfy an immediate need with a public course or build the skills of your team with an in-house workshop. Seize the day; train for gain with TP3. New Training Courses in Canberra Contact us: 1300 658 388 www.TP3.com.au To register and view the conference program please visit the conference website http://nipdc.arts.unsw.edu.au Indigenous Policy and Dialogue: New Relationships, New Possibilities 18th & 19th November 2010 -- UNSW, Kensington Campus, Sydney National Indigenous Policy and Dialogue Conference 10 -12575/2 & TRAINING DEVELOPMENT SOLUTIONSADVERTISING FEATURE 10-12581/1 TP3 brings quality training courses to Canberra Quality: TP3 has been delivering these services in Sydney and Melbourne since the 1980s and the team is delighted to make them available to organisations in the ACT. AS of last Friday,TP3 began delivering public information tech- nology and professional develop- ment courses in Canberra. These new courses complement TP3's popular Information Map- ping® workshops. TP3 has been delivering these services in Sydney and Melbourne since the 1980s and the TP3 team are delighted to make them avail- able to organisations in the ACT. "We're glad to be able to offer our Canberra clients the full range of services that TP3 successfully delivers in New South Wales and Victoria,'' said general manager of TP3's Canberra operations. "We're committed to delivering great services to Canberra organis- ations for many years to come. This is an important step in our journey to become a provider of choice in the ACT," he said. The quality and effectiveness of TP3's training courses is indepen- dently verified, with TP3 accredit- ed as both a Microsoft Gold Partner for Learning Solutions and as a Registered Training Organisation of 16 years standing. Because they have been delivering interstate for many years, these courses have been rigorously tested and proven effective in increasing capability and changing behaviour. So what can people expect from a TP3 course? "TP3 likes to do things a bit differently," Mr Ram- say said. "We recognise that people want to get maximum benefit from minimum time spent in training, so our courses are well-paced and adapted to fit the needs of each group. We also recognise that a little fun can play a big role in knowledge retention and transfer. So we make sure that our learners enjoy themselves along the way." TP3 now provides public IT courses in Microsoft Excel, Word, and SharePoint, and professional development courses including time management, influencing skills, and project management fundamentals. Many of these cour- ses contribute to nationally recogn- ised qualifications, such as the Certificate IV in Business. More new courses will launch in Can- berra in January 2011. To book your place or receive further information, phone John Ramsay and team at TP3 Canberra on 6276 4400.
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