Education

Education in the Information Age.

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There can be no shortcuts in education. Yet today’s schools, colleges and universities have to provide agile, more personalised learning, with limited budgets and closer regulation than ever before. IT@Spectrum has considerable experience of supporting educational establishments, teachers and students with services and technology, that enable learning experiences fit for a fast-moving, mobile and connected world.   Delivering world-class education

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The data protection time bomb in schools

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The data protection time bomb in schools Yes, you read that right! Unless schools have started preparing for the implementation of the new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) in May 2018, which brings massive changes to data protection, they really are sitting on a ticking time bomb. The new regulations are intended to strengthen and unify the safety and security

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Education

Wilberforce students make final preparations before Kit Car race

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Wilberforce students make final preparations before Kit Car race Throughout the preparations for the event, we have contributed with assistance from our Senior IT Engineer Chris Roberts as well Project Manager and App Developer Jack Batty. Chris and Jack have made regular visits offering support with project planning and project management. Students have been working on the project as often

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Education

Our apprentice Lewis Cook has passed CompTIA Network+ Certification

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Our Helpdesk IT Support apprentice Lewis Cook has today passed the module – CompTIA Network+ Certification & 031. This module will count towards achieving an MCSA level 3 program, a Microsoft certification. This is to be completed with our apprenticeship and training partner Baltic. During his time as an apprentice at The One Point, Lewis has had the opportunity to get

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Education

English qualifications are on the rise in Hull!

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The number of people gaining English qualifications in Hull is officially on the up, according to in2wrk.com. The adult training provider, who deliver free English, maths and IT courses to eligible jobseekers, have noticed a 47% year-on-year increase in the number of learners completing courses in English so far in 2017. Commenting on the rise, In2wrk spokesperson Jack Johnson thinks

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Education

The One Point celebrates apprentice success

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We are celebrating the success of our apprenticeship program at The One Point after several recent achievements made by the young people that have taken part in apprenticeship roles at The One Point. Together with our training partner Baltic, The One Point continues to work with young people to develop skills vital for today’s workforce. Apprentices have an opportunity to

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Education

Software development apprentice Jack Batty awarded another distinction

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Software development apprentice Jack Batty has earned another distinction grade for completing a Visual Basic module that counts towards a BTEC in Software Development. This training was completed with our apprenticeship and training partner Baltic. During his time as an apprentice at The One Point, Jack has had the opportunity to get hands-on experience working with real-world challenges brought to us

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Education

Nat West Women in buisness.

I am a little late with issuing this as the event was today, maybe some one attended? my wife did attend and has come back with a better understanding of Social media and how it can help our business, we understand there will be further events around our area in the future if we get invites we will pass on

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Students create virtual reality world to teach scientists of the future

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Chemistry students at the University of Hull are using virtual reality building game Minecraft to teach young scientists of the future. The undergraduates have created a Minecraft world, called MolCraft, which aims to help youngsters learn about the world of chemistry, including the structure of proteins and chemicals. The world, allows youngsters to roam around looking at molecular structures which

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