ALC is a leading provider of quality IT training for business and government, in New Zealand since 1995. Our focus is on best-practice methods and frameworks that help ensure you get the most out of your investment in IT.
Our courses are held regularly throughout New Zealand, Australia, and South-East Asia. More than 48,000 people have trained with ALC.
We are a team of dedicated and capable people who care about what we do. We give it single-minded focus. We offer commitment, professionalism and enthusiasm.
There are many providers of training, just as there are many providers of most services. So how do you choose?
Well, for starters, training for us is not a sideline activity – it is all that we do. And we have been doing it since March 1994. In that time we have seen many training companies come and go. To be a market leader all this time, we must be doing something right.
When you train with ALC you get:
Quality. Many things go into making a great training course but the most important is always the trainer. Everyone claims they have great trainers. What we can say is that we have a long history of sourcing the best. That has been our business model for more than 20 years. For certain subjects our trainers are in fact world leaders. And for other subjects they are all outstanding – people with extensive experience who have distinguished themselves as training professionals over many years. They are enthusiastic about what they do and make learning an engaging experience.
Reliability. We have a proven track record of helping more than 48,000 people in the region pass their exams.
Value. Quality usually comes at a premium but we work hard at all levels to ensure competitive pricing. Whether you’re a small, medium or large organisation or a private individual, we make sure you get excellent value for your money.
Customer Service. Our team is totally committed to providing the best customer service at all times. We will walk that extra mile.
ALC has strong form in training and a proven track record of being at the leading edge with a series of firsts: