Cisco UK & Ireland are pleased to be able to support the UK Government led The Skills Toolkit initiative, for furloughed workers during the Covid19 lockdown. The Programming Essentials in Python course is being offered, alongside courses from other providers. If this applies to you, your colleagues or employees, please visit gov.uk/theskillstoolkit to learn more about the initiative.
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