ICT

What is ICT?

Careers in ICT can be incredibly challenging and rewarding. One of the most exciting things about these careers is that they offer employees continuous opportunities for learning because, as technologies advance, there are always more things to learn and new skills to acquire.

Our programme focusses on supporting the learner and the organisation including end user computing, network architecture and cloud services. Let SBC Training help you to gain industry recognised certifications from vendors such as CompTIA and CIW.

Our courses and apprenticeships consist of a blended learning programme which includes online, anytime access learning combined with expert-led classroom training in core topics and self-directed learning.

Browse our list of training courses which includes online courses to find the best course to suit your needs.

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ICT

Our Courses

ITIL

Apprenticeships

Infrastructure Technician

Digital Support Technician

Testimonials from Our Clients
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I could not thank SBC Training enough for getting me to where I am now. My apprenticeship was fantastic and I would recommend the apprenticeship route to anyone.

Jake, Engineering Apprentice

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As a valued business partner for many years, SBC Training provides training in occupational areas right across the organisation. Their staff are knowledgeable, flexible and professional. We can identify the direct impact of their involvement.

Jo Baylis, The Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Hospital Trust

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The programme has been well designed to match our technical needs and the apprentices are gaining good skills and knowledge. The trainers enthusiasm is infectious.

Niki Hannah, Glory Global

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I knew that SBC Training was a good company from working with the electrical apprentices, but the recent dealings with the recruitment has been seamless. The Recruitment Team appreciated the communication and help given to them resulting in the successful appointment of a new Business Admin apprentice.

Emma Harrison, Connexus

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