IITD National Training Awards 2014: Responding to the changing needs of training professionals

It's been a busy first quarter to 2014 for the IITD following the launch of its new website (iitd.ie) and suite of services for members, in early December.

23rd March, 2014
Sinead Heneghan, chief executive of IITD.

It's been a busy first quarter to 2014 for the Irish Institute of Training & Development (IITD) following the launch of its new website (iitd.ie) and suite of services for members, in early December.

A full programme of IITD events are to be held in Dublin and urban centres around the country throughout 2014. These will include talks on subjects such as best practice, where leading organisations will share case examples of training, learning initiatives...

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