WHAT MAKES A PERFECT COURSE?
27 years ago, when we opened our first center, we asked ourselves this question. We’ve spent every day since perfecting the answer.
Everyone who attends a classroom course tells us the same thing – there’s an amazing vibe and energy.
It doesn’t happen by accident, our front-of-house staff are amazing. We hire people with interesting stories from all over the world, who understand how to put people at ease.
We play great music that’s curated to make you feel ready for the day ahead. We want you to feel like you’ve arrived at the house of an old friend.
Welcomed, relaxed, and looked after.
For those who opt for the comfort of their home or office to attend a course, we’ve put together a huge offering of courses.
They are delivered live by the same trainers and with the same class sizes and content. The only thing you miss is the lunch, the chance to socialize and the amazing views of London.
The feedback from those attending online from around the world has been equal to the classroom experience.
We’ve always preferred buildings with distinctive architecture and light.
Our new home is one we’re especially proud of. It’s a converted 19th century Tea Wharf, which we exactly refurbished in January 2020.
It overlooks the Thames and Tower Bridge and has a view that people travel from across the world to see. You enter it through Shad Thames, one of London’s most photographed streets.
Our certificate of achievement ensures a benchmark of abilities that you can add to your CV or Linkedin profile.
As we’re a preferred training provider for The BBC, Penguin Random House, Marks and Spencer, Financial Times, Sony, and many more of the world’s largest brands, our certification means something to employers.
If you’re looking to get ahead in your career or change roles, our certificates are an easy way to benchmark your abilities and prove to your new or existing employer that your competency is of current industry standard.
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