Computers and Integration SCIO, Inverurie

History of Computers and Integration

August 1984 — Community Education, Gordan Rural Action And Social Work Department set up a Steering Group to develop a small computer project
June 1995 — Committeee elected and Project Co-ordinator appointed
September 1996 — Moved to premises at Thainstone Mart in Inverurie
April 1997 — National Lottery Funding of £79,000 awarded over 3 years
April 1998 — Computers and Integration becomes a Company limited by guarantee
May 1998 — Lloyds TSB awards Computers and Integration, £14,000 to set up Huntly Project
September 1998 — Project Worker appointed for Huntly Project
December 1998 — Computers and Integration move to new modern premises in Inverurie
March 1999 — Administrator appointed for Inverurie
September 1999 — Huntly Project opened in new premises
February 2002 — Scottish Enterprise (Grampian) awards £19,000 to Computers and Integration for ECDL Project
February 2002 — Aberdeenshire Council awards £20,000 for administration support worker over 3 years
March 2002 — EDCL Tutor appointed
April 2002 — New Administration Assistant appointed
May 2002 — EDCL Accreditation granted by British Computer Society
December 2008 — Computers and Integration had 19 computers in operation running Windows XP
March 2010 — Computers and Integration had 15 computers in operation running Windows XP and 4 running Windows 7
June 2012 — Computers and Integration had 19 computers in operation running the Windows 7 Operating System
December 2015 — Computers and Integration had 19 computers in operation running the Windows 10 Operating System