Our New Apple Training clients in Q2 2021
We welcomed new Apple training clients in Q2 2021, proving that businesses are realising the benefits of digital transformation and training their teams on new tech. With most of the workforce working from home in 2020, more businesses looked to computing to solve remote workflow issues. As a result, we’ve been honoured to help businesses understand their new tech and stay on top of the latest updates.
But first, here are some of our other wins from Q2:
Our training centres are back in business
After several months, we’re happy to announce that our Carter Lane training centre is open to the public again. Those struggling with online learning are welcome to join us to receive hands-on support from a team of certified experts.
We value our team and our trainees, which is why we’ve implemented the following safety measures:
- more frequent cleaning schedules
- convenient hand sanitiser stations
- screens and PPE for building staff
- clearly-marked hallways
Learn more about our Apple classroom training today.
Travelling for on-site training
As we reopened our Carter Lane training centre, we also relaunched our on-site training. Now you can save money by opting to have technical training delivered at your office rather than our training centres or virtually. On-site training saves transport and accommodation costs for your team but guarantees the same quality course and support from our certified trainers.
No distance is too far for our trainers. However, until government guidelines change, they will only be travelling to countries on the UK’s amber and green list.
Services and Mac revenue reach an all-time high
In the second quarter of 2021, Apple reported a 54% year-over-year increase in sales thanks to mac and service sales. Showing a growing demand for Apple products and qualified techs to ensure they’re always working effectively. As Apple continues to boost its service offering, we’ll be making sure our trainees possess the cutting-edge skills needed.
Our new Apple training clients in Q2 2021 include
- St Johns Foundation
- The One Off
- TMP Worldwide
- N20 Limited
- BIMM London
- Cairo American College
- University of the Arts London
- Roding Valley High School
- Fitch Ratings
CDW is a London based tech-company helping businesses innovate with consulting, cloud, and integration solutions. They specialise in the cloud, cybersecurity, and data centre modernisation. We were happy to help them improve their JAMF knowledge with our training solutions.
St John’s Foundation is a local charity in the heart of Bath — they’ve been striving to support the local community for over 400 years. We welcomed the chance to help the charity innovate internally with our technical training solutions.
The One Off is a design agency in the heart of London, priding themselves on their branding, advertising, communications, digital, and social media work. The agency is always looking to provide the most up-to-date concepts for clients, so we were the natural choice to assist with their IT training.
TMP Worldwide is a global talent agency that delivers award-winning solutions to talent problems. They’re primarily known for creative, entry-level talent, employer branding, and media. We welcomed the chance to provide a solution of our own with our support training.
Zoopla is a well-known online estate agent that operates all over the UK. With over 700 employees, they must have someone on hand to fix any technological issue. We were happy to help the team learn cutting-edge skills with our support training.
N2o Limited is an influencer marketing company in Kent. They specialise in creativity, insight, strategy, digital, and social media to pioneer marketing campaigns to boost customer loyalty. We welcomed the chance to help them upgrade their knowledge with our support courses.
Cairo American College offers a diverse community a rich education. Encouraging their students to challenge themselves, discover their passions, and become leaders of their field. We were happy to assist with their Jamf training needs.
The University of the Arts London ranks second for art and design in the world and helps over 19,000 students become the creators and innovators of tomorrow. When they mentioned they were looking for someone to assist in their technical training, we were happy to provide a solution.
Heliocentrix is a customer-focused IT company that provides secure, affordable, IT infrastructure which has historically been difficult for SME businesses to procure. We welcomed the chance to help the team expand their knowledge through training.
Roding Valley High school has a rich history of development and offers an extensive list of extracurricular activities to help children get the most out of their time at school. They reached out to us looking for Apple training to help them stay ahead of the latest updates — we were happy to help.
Fitch ratings are an award-winning provider of credit ratings, commentary, and research. They aim to provide human insight into an era of technological transformation. We were happy to help them upskill with the latest Jamf qualifications.
BIMM is Europe’s largest, most-connected music institute with eight colleges based in vibrant musical cities across the UK and Europe. We were honoured to be chosen as their training provider for internal technical training.
What’s next for Amsys training?
As the demand for tech is changing, we’re be looking for ways to ensure our training services stay at the cutting edge, whether that means expanding our course offerings to accommodate for the most in-demand skills in Apple and Microsoft. We already provide training courses for all knowledge levels, from Getting Started with Device Management to advanced Apple support courses.