Pitman Training has led the way for growth in development and efficiency within the workplace since 1837 – when Sir Isaac Pitman invented Shorthand. Since then the business has improved to incorporate modern technologies and advances. Keeping true to the heritage of the brand, the key concentrate is to arm our students with the abilities they need to get the occasions that they want.
Nowhere in the world offers anything like Pitman Training – because our students receive a matchless combination of benefits.
Whether you’re interested in secretarial, Microsoft Office, keyboard skills, book-keeping and accounts, IT, or any of our other courses, our training is designed to help both boost your reliance and provide your abilities.
- Your CV will stand out from the crowd
Sir Isaac Pitman invented shorthand in 1837 and since then we’ve enjoyed an unrivaled reputation; highly respected by employers. When you’ve trained the Pitman Training way, you’re already a cut above the rest.
- You can educate anytime, full-time or part-time
We don’t have rigid course timetables with fixed terms, like many others, which means training can fit around your work and home lives.
- Handy city and town center locations
There’s nothing more convenient. We’re easy to get to so it’s easy for you to pop in just when you need to – and we’re open six days a week*. Some of our courses can also be done remotely online.
- Help and assist along the way
Experienced course advisors are always on hand to help. Our exceptional levels of support and guidance mean whenever you need recommendation or encouragement, we’ll be right there by your side.
Whether you want to improve your career prospects with one of our highly respected diplomas, gain that promotion, get back to work or simply stand out from the crowd, Pitman Training can help you as nobody else can.
The best way to get things started? Just give us a call for a free, friendly career consultation with the experts.
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