To celebrate the re-launch of Synergie Training, a division of Synergie Scotland, the company gave away £10,000 of free training during a two day event on 4th and 5th March. Over thirty leading IT specialists from around the Highlands attended the free SharePoint training days at the company’s new training room in Inverness. Clients such as; UHI, NHS, HIE, Northern Constabulary, Fujitsu, Highland Council. Highlands & Islands Fire Service, Ross-shire Engineering, Deer Commission Scotland and Johnstone & Carmichael, were just some of the local business’s who supported the re-launch. One of the delegates attending said, “For Synergie Training to offer this level of high end training in the Highlands free of charge shows their commitment to the area”.
Steven Nelson, Sales Manager said, ” We have grown rapidly in recent years to become the north’s largest provider of specialist IT, technical and contracts training and to celebrate the completion of our re-branding, which includes a new website dedicated solely to the Training Division, it was good to be able to give something back to the clients who have supported us in the past and also welcome new potential clients. We were overwhelmed with the demand for the free training, as the SharePoint Training Course on offer can increase productivity and innovation, minimize need for travel and reduce operation cycle time, so it was good to be able to show local companies the benefits especially in the current economic climate. Unfortunately we had quite a number of businesses unable to secure free places on the training courses, which shows the demand for this type of specialist training.
To add to their impressive portfolio of courses, now delivered throughout the country, the company has recently been successful in securing an exclusive deal to deliver all Thomas Telford NEC3 public training courses in Scotland and will be the first company to offer these courses in Aberdeen during the coming year.