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Britainís Top Real Role Model 2013

Young entrepreneur Stuart Maitland, 21, from Newcastle has been crowned Britainís Top Real Role Model 2013 (BTRRM) by Amway, one of the global leaders in direct selling.

How to stay safe online

A survey reveals 4 out of 5 students are concerned with threats online but only 1 in 4 regularly use security software to protect their browsing.

Mobile and tablet learning resource

To mark the beginning of UK revision season, online education experts Autology World Ltd have announced the launch of the Autology Homework Tutor app for iOS, Android and Windows 8 devices.

Win £1 million of free training

Firebrand Training is giving away IT training courses worth £1 million to one lucky winner in its Free Training For Life competition.

Social Media Jobs

Social Media savvy individuals are in demand. Many businesses and recognised brands are on the hunt for those that are well attuned or hungry to learn about the digital landscape.

Apprenticeships are key to securing Britainís tech future

The future of Britainís burgeoning tech sector is dependent upon the careful nurturing of young talent and apprenticeships are a vital part of that process, says leading IT entrepreneur Scott Fletcher.

Women in IT Event

Celebrating Ada Lovelace, the worldís first computer programmer, and the achievements of many women in IT, this event is designed to inspire, inform and build valuable professional relationships. And thereís cake!

GCSE qualifications

More than half of UK students believe the current GCSE system is unfair and would like change.

Keyboard skills

David Camerson called for compulsory competitive sport to be included in the National curriculum for all children. According to Scott Fletcher, we also need to include 'competitive' keyboard skills if we are to protect the future of Britainís burgeoning

ITC taught in schools

Government should capitalise on the astonishing success of the Raspberry Pi computer to ensure that coding is taught in schools as a priority says Gary David Smith - co-founder of Prism Total IT Solutions.