Training ByteSize expands with new Australia office
Training Bytesize is investing in a larger operation in Australia due to the high demand for their outstanding Project, Programme and IT Service Management training courses.
The first Australian office opened in Sydney in 2016 and has seen significant growth over the years. James Kinch, who is founder of Training ByteSize Australia, set the operation up after the UK family business realised the interest in Australia and New Zealand was increasing. They wanted to deliver the same great service and courses that they do in the UK and offer that locally to individuals and organisations in Australasia.
After a successful couple of years in Sydney, James moved to the UK to set a London office up. Now that office is thriving, James is re-locating back to Australia to help cater for the demand of high-quality Project Management training.
“I am very proud and incredibly excited to return to Training ByteSize in Australia. We have a great customer base consisting of corporate clients and individuals and my aim is to grow the business further so we can train more people. We also have an even larger portfolio of exciting courses that have already proven to be very popular amongst our customers. We continue to offer online, virtual and classroom training for qualifications from AXELOS, APM Group, APM and BCS.“
Training ByteSize was established in 2012 and during this time they have trained thousands of students around the world and continue to deliver exceptional pass rates.
What do customers say about Training ByteSize?
“Training Bytesize is the ideal training provider if you wish to learn in your own time and environment. The course materials are very well presented, relevant to the exam without the extra padding, easy to follow, and broken down into “Bytesize” chunks.