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CLIENTS

A selection of some of the clients that we've worked with.

// Our Clients

Ashbury work in partnership with our clients to provide tailored and innovative training solutions. Our clients are from a diverse range of industries including retail, finance, accountancy, property and manufacturing. Our relationships are based on quality, trust, value, great service and a desire to always exceed the expectations of our clients. Above all our clients benefit from our enjoyment in delivering great courses!

// Testimonials

FINANCIAL & PROPERTY SERVICES

Ernst & Young

Since 2003 Ashbury have designed and delivered IT training and training materials to Ernst & Young. Courses include the Microsoft Office Suite (including Project and Visio) and multiple internal bespoke systems including their New Joiners Induction course, graduate courses and finance courses


American International Group (AIG)

Since 2007 Ashbury have designed and delivered IT training and training materials to AIG. Courses include the Microsoft Office Suite (including Project and Visio) and multiple internal bespoke systems including property development and valuation courses.


Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH)

Since 2005 Ashbury have designed and delivered IT training and training materials to LSH. Ashbury Training provides training that includes the Microsoft Office Suite and also training in numerous Argus software products, including Argus Budget, Argus Developer (formerly Circle Developer), Argus Valuation Capitalization (formerly Circle Investor) and Argus Valuation DCF.


King Sturge

Since 2005 Ashbury have designed and delivered IT training and training materials to King Sturge. Ashbury Training provides training that includes the Microsoft Office Suite, internal CRM systems and also training in numerous Argus software products, including Argus Budget, Argus Developer (formerly Circle Developer), Argus Valuation Capitalization (formerly Circle Investor) and Argus Valuation DCF.

RETAIL & MANUFACTURING

Many of the worlds leading retailers

Ashbury design training courses and training materials for many of the worlds leading retailers. Courses include Food technology training, Stock Management and POS training plus a range of internal bespoke applications and the Microsoft Office suite. Clients include Marks & Spencer, Walmart, Asda, Safeway US and Sam's Club


Thousands of the worlds leading manufacturers

Ashbury deliver training courses and consultancy services to many of the worlds leading food manufacturers. Services include Food technology training and Food Specification services. Clients include, Heinz, Kellog Company, Dairy Crest, Northern Foods, Princes Ltd, ConAgra Foods

PUBLIC / NON-PROFIT

Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA)

Ashbury deliver a range of ‘ IT training Nuggets’ on the Microsoft packages (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Project, and Visio). The purpose of this programme of training interventions is to up-skill ODA staff, to either intermediate or advanced level of competency. ODA staff take pride in their work, live the ODA values, give of their best on a daily basis and enjoy what they do which results in a very high quality standard of work and high levels of employee engagement. Ashbury was able to demonstrate that we can reflect the ODA in the design and delivery of the training interventions and management of the project, demonstrate a similar high level professionalism, and quality.


National Portrait Gallery (NPG)

Ashbury deliver a range of IT training Workshops on the Microsoft packages (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Project, and Visio). The purpose of this programme of training interventions is to up-skill NPG staff, to either intermediate or advanced level of competency.


NHS

This training was designed to examine tools and techniques for ensuring that management teams understand and recognise the value of the training delivery. It offered some suggestions to help market learning and development initiatives and demonstrate the value of training to senior management. Delegates learned how to work with the various communication channels available within their workplaces and use these to improve perceived value of training within the NHS