The Information Technology Association of Canada (ITAC) Business Technology Management Forum, and IT World Canada are pleased to announce Ryerson University and the Université du Québec à Montréal École des sciences de la gestion [School of Management (ESG UQAM)] as joint winners of the second National BTM Student Case Competition. Concordia University placed third.
Robert Watson, President and CEO for the Information Technology Association of Canada (ITAC) appeared today before the House of Commons’ Standing Committee on Human Resources, Skills and Social Development to provide industry feedback and insight surrounding the need for access to high skilled workers along with recommendations to Government with regard to Temporary Foreign Workers (TFW).
Grâce à l’appui, notamment financier, d’Emploi et développement social Canada (EDSC), la nouvelle version améliorée GTA 2.0 contient des résultats d’apprentissage et des normes de compétences actualisés.
With the support and funding from ESDC, the new and improved BTM 2.0 contains updated learning outcomes and competency standards generated through extensive country-wide consultation with industry and academic institutions.
Demand for business professionals with ICT related knowledge and skills have grown from 100,000 to 200,000 in less than 10 years.
BTM TalentMash is the largest BTM conference in Canada. It helps bridge the Digital Economy skills gap by connecting students with leading Canadian ICT employers.
The merger of the Canadian Coalition for Tomorrow’s ICT Skills (CCICT) and its long-time collaborator and supporter ITAC (the Information Technology Association of Canada) will create a strong new champion for Canada’s information and communications technology (ICT) sector.
The Government of Canada announced $1.6 million in funding for the Canadian Coalition for Tomorrow’s ICT Skills (CCICT) under the Sectoral Initiatives Program to expand the Business Technology Management (BTM) education initiative throughout Canada. This program aims to reinvent education in business technology management to increase the supply of in demand skills for Canada’s economy.
Demand for business professionals with ICT related knowledge and skills have grown from 100,000 to 200, 0000 in 10 years.