NEW COURSES FROM DEVERILL FOCUS ON THE INDIVIDUAL Tuesday 18 September 2001 PDF Print Deverill Training, the training arm of leading IT solutions provider Deverill, is introducing new courses for the Autumn, with the focus on the individual not the software. First to be released are a series of courses on widely-used Microsoft office applications, tailored to specific job functions and course titles include "Word for Secretaries", "Excel for Salesmen" and "E-mail for Busy Managers". Other courses are built around Access, Powerpoint and Microsoft Project. 'We've provided courses in Office Applications at our Training Centre for 15 years,' says Deverill Training's Bill Norris, 'and it was our training experience that led us to identify this important gap in the market. There are many good courses on offer but they have usually focussed on the application itself. Now at last a training organisation has designed courses specifically tailored for individuals.' Also new is a course tailored for Managers responsible for IT systems or personnel who do not have a technical background, but need to have an understanding of IT issues -- 'IT for the Busy Manager'. Another innovation this Autumn is a Professional Java Course for Web Designers. Full details of these and other Deverill IT Training Courses are available from http://www.deverill.co.uk ~Ends~ For further information contact: Tony Kingston Deverill Ltd Tel: 01202 785000 Email: email@example.com or Jacqui Green JGM Tel: 020 8464 6462 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Jacqui Green Marketing in the following categories: Consumer Technology, Personal Finance, Business & Finance, Computing & Telecoms, for more information visit https://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.