Wise up to Hoolet

16th September 2005 at 01:00
With a name like Hoolet - the Scots for owl, the symbol of wisdom - this company is sure to draw interest at its SETT debut. The provider of software, consultancy and training focuses on those who are "socially excluded from learning and wish to re-engage".

Managing director Richard Hendry says: "At SETT we'll be launching DATs, our learning and assessment software package which covers the SQA core skills of communication, IT and numeracy."

Hoolet , based in Fife, also delivers staff development and consultancy on social inclusion, inclusive learning, and assistive technologies, says Mr Hendry.


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