Graduate Academy Update
As part of the European Commission Leonardo Da Vinci scheme, a portuguese graduate, Vanessa Gomez has joined the KBC. Vanessa specializes in networking systems and previously worked for the leading portuguese energy supplier.
The KBC has also welcomed Andrew Foote, a graduate from InfoLab21's Department of Communications. Andrew already has experience designing websites for local companies and as part of his studies he developed a promotional DVD.
Andrew and Vanessa will be working on ICT projects as part of InfoLab21's Graduate Academy, which provides free ICT support for businesses.
The first Graduate has left the Academy - Rob Jones, who specialised in web design and completed a series of projects for local businesses, including developing a new free website Content Management System, has been recruited by IT Works in Preston. We wish him all the best in his new role as ICT Recruitment Advisor.
For more information on the Graduate Academy see:
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