Synergie Training Secure Exclusive NEC Training Deal in Scotland

To add to their impressive portfolio of courses Synergie Training, a division of Synergie Scotland, 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 in the coming year.

On 26th January Synergie Training staff, attended the seminar held by The Association for Project Management Scotland Branch at the Aberdeen Football Club entitled “New Year, New You” aimed at kick starting career development for 2009. The company was delighted with the interest in their NEC3 and other specialist training courses such as Construction Design Management (CDM), Managing Successful Programmes (MSP), Management of Risk (M_o_R), Prince2, IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL), Leadership and Management, Purchasing and Supply Chain Management and Project Management courses are various levels. This compliments their initial portfolio that includes Adobe, AutoCAD, Cisco, Checkpoint, Citrix, ILM, Linux, Microsoft, Novell, Soft Skills and VM Ware Training.

Two lucky delegates, who visited the Synergie Training stand won a bottle of champagne each and one of the winners, Adele Reid from the company Plan B can be seen in the photograph with Steven Nelson, Synergie Training Sales Manager. The other lucky winner was Dawn McKaig from the company Open Learning. Lyndsey Benson, Co-ordinator for the APM Event, made the draw.

David Russell, Synergie Director said; “Synergie Scotland, which is a Corporate Member of APM, has developed its Training Division over several years with the successful delivery of courses to a wide range of clients from both public and private sectors throughout Scotland. With a dedicated computer suite in Inverness and experience of delivering courses tailored for the construction industry we are delighted to have this opportunity to raise the company profile at an APM event organised for the North of Scotland.”

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