Name : Andrew McCaughan Company : Aurion Learning Position :ASP NET Developer Role : Andrew has joined Aurion’s Software Development Team and will be working with them to develop innovative online learning tools and applications for organisations throughout Ireland and the UK. Andrew will play an important role in developing one of Aurion’s best selling products, cpdengage. cpdengage is an innovative tool that allows organisations to deliver online continuing professional development (CPD). Track record : Andrew is a graduate of Queen’s University, Belfast where he was awarded a BEng Hons in Computer Science. He also holds a City and Guilds Licentiateship Award in Information Technology and is a Cisco Certified Networking Associate (CCNA).Andrew previously worked as an Analyst and Software Developer for Etain Software Limited (formerly EG Information Consulting). He also worked as a Software Applications Engineer for Lagan Technologies.
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