The Skills Organisation grew trainee numbers in 2016, but its side-lines grew quicker than its core business, with the purchase of
The Skills Organisation had considerable growth in 2015, and saw success for its affiliated businesses onshore and offshore. Our Take The
The Skills Organisation focused on trainee inactivity in 2013 and will need to keep doing that, as it left almost $2m
Take on the Week The last week has seen a flurry of collaborative relationships announced. CPIT, MIT and the Skills
Opportunity – The Training Organisation (OTTO) closed up shop in 2012, as the Skills Organisation took over its industry coverage.
The Skills’ Organisation (formerly ETITO) took over three other ITOs in 2012 (PGDR ITO, Learning State, and Opportunity), but looks unlikely