IT chiefs: 'ILA won't affect us'

The collapse of the ILA scheme will not lead to a shortfall in basic IT skills in the workforce in the coming year, according to...

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The collapse of the ILA scheme will not lead to a shortfall in basic IT skills in the workforce in the coming year, according to 71% of the IT managers polled in this week's Computer Weekly/ Harvey Nash Big Question.

"The scheme was additional, not really integral to the education support base," said one IT manager.

"There are other ways of getting free or low-cost basic skills training," said another.

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