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Review Entries for Day Friday, 27 November 2009

BCS The Chartered Institute for IT has recently launched a new micro site at savvycitizens.bcs.org to help people get the most from information and information technology.

The site contains useful information for UK citizens about the use of information technology. The institute "seeks to promote better public understanding of the benefits of being a Savvy Citizen".

As part of the launch of this site, the BCS has published some research that analyses aspects of people’s behaviour and attitudes in order to form a snapshot of how ‘information savvy’ the United Kingdom is.

The institute is the leading body for information technology in the United Kingdom and the only body able to register an IT professional as a Chartered IT Professional (CITP)

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Friday, 27 November 2009 15:58:53 (GMT Standard Time, UTC+00:00)  #
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Review Entries for Day Wednesday, 04 November 2009

Elizabeth Sparrow has become the next president for BCS The Chartered Institute for IT, the leading professional body for IT practitioners. The formal announcement was made at the Institute's Annual General Meeting in London on Wednesday, 4th November 2009. She will hold the office for one year.

According to the Institute's web site, the new president has set her sights on leading the transformation agenda that the professional body is currently engaged in. The body, which was formerly known as The British Computer Society, has recently rebranded itself and started an ambitious programme of change. It aims to become considerably more relevant to people working in the IT profession and is promoting its Chartered IT Professional (CITP) qualification. It is the only body in the United Kingdom that can confer chartered status on IT professionals by virtue of its Royal Charter granted in 1984.

As part of its transformation, BCS The Chartered Institute for IT is aiming to appeal to IT professionals world-wide.

It was also announced that Bob Assirati has become the Institute's new vice-president. A number of other leading professionals have been elected to the Institute's Council, including Chartered IT Professional and Fellow Kevin Chamberlain, who currently serves as the Secretary of the Institute's South West Branch.

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Wednesday, 04 November 2009 21:39:27 (GMT Standard Time, UTC+00:00)  #
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Review Entries for Day Tuesday, 03 November 2009

The South West Branch of BCS The Chartered Institute for IT is hosting a talk by Trevor Arnold of the National Air Traffic Service (NATS) concerning the use of information technology in air traffic safety.

The talk is entitled: "Why IT is paramount to the safety of Air Traffic Control". It will be held in Room 004 of the Harrison Building at the University of Exeter at 7:30pm on Wednesday, 25th November 2009.

NATS is responsible for providing air traffic control (ATC) services to aircraft flying in UK airspace, the eastern part of the North Atlantic and 15 of the United Kingdom's biggest airports.

Safety is NATS' first and foremost priority and IT plays a key role in ensuring that NATS can provide this service in an efficient and cost-effective way.

This talk will explore the role IT plays in the challenging environment of ATC and detail the potential implications of these systems failing.

The talk is free and is open to interested members of the public as well as members of BCS The Chartered Institute for IT. Anyone interested in attending should register at www.bcs-southwest.org.uk.

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Tuesday, 03 November 2009 15:13:47 (GMT Standard Time, UTC+00:00)  #
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