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Home > News > December 2003 > 01-Dec-2003

Award ceremony recognises IT career development schemes

The winners of the British Computer Society (BCS) IT Professional Development Awards have been announced at the Information Systems Quality at Work (ISQW) National Forum in Edinburgh.

Utility company Aseriti, and Shell Brunei have scooped awards for demonstrating outstanding commitment to their IT staff’s career development whilst seeking to raise standards of professionalism within the IT industry.

The IT Professional Development Awards were open to organisations who had achieved ISQW status, which is a BCS initiative designed to recognise and encourage best practise within employers’ career development programmes.

ISQW recognition is achieved by organisation’s who have either BCS accredited in-house career development programmes or use accredited, off the shelf career development packages such as the BCS Career Development Framework (CDF), which monitor employees’ career progress and highlight areas where training may be needed.

The IT Professional Development Awards were presented to Brunei Shell for the Best Established ISQW Scheme and Aseriti took the prize for the Best ISQW Implementation.

Both winners had impressed the judging panel with their demonstrated commitment to staff development and their enthusiasm, dedication and IT professionalism.

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