About Silicon Beach Training

Established in 1998, Silicon Beach Training has a reputation for offering a broad spectrum of high-quality, certified training courses for both individuals as well as organisations.

We are working with a wide range of organisations, including Samsung, Unilever, Virgin Holidays, and many more. Silicon Beach Training provides training to thousands of clients every year, offering standard and tailored training programmes both On and Offsite.

The organisations completed training from us improved various aspects of work performance after training their employees and executives from us. These aspects include the following:

Improved their Project Output

Enhancement in IT Service Management

Realised Change Benefits

Reduced Waste in Processes Successfully

Our Experience

  • 1998 Year of Founding

    Founded this organisation and started building our reputation for offering high-quality training courses to individuals and organisations.

  • 2006 Launched Our Website

    We launched our website and entered the online realm to expand our reach to learners with many flagship certification programmes.

  • 2012 Started Expansion of Our Learning Centres and Locations

    We started expanding our reach so that learners have the convenience to learn in their preferred location(s).

  • 2014 Launched Our Online Learning Management System

    We entered the domain of online self-paced learning so learners can have the choice of learning from anywhere and anytime.

  • 2019 Celebrating 20 Successful Years

    Celebrated our very successful 20 years with our 126K+ satisfied customers with more to come.

What Made Us a Success

Our organisation has seen significant growth over the years, and we are still growing because we are determined to provide excellent training services to our clients. The reasons for our success are:

Our Vision

We aspire to provide the best available training programmes in the market and keep our clients (both individuals and companies) fully satisfied with our services.

Our Trainers

We have, and we provide the best trainers in the market to prepare our learners in new practices, techniques, and technologies so they can be ahead of the curve.

Industry Knowledge

We track the latest developments, challenges, and new changes faced by professionals in various fields to keep our curriculum up to date with industry needs. Our experts of various domains have loads of experience and skills in implementing the up to date adopted practices.

Embracing Technology

We, as a training provider, always acknowledged the importance of technological advancement for better outcomes. We incorporated various technologies within our services to offer an excellent experience to our clients.

Dedicated Staff

Our dedicated staff has plenty of experience in preparing an excellent learning environment for learners, and they constantly work to ensure that our learners get the best services.

Our Mission

As an organisation, we strive to propagate the most beneficial knowledge and learning practices to learners so they can achieve greatness in their profession.

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Our Values

Our main goal is to make a positive difference to your organisation. What you learn should have a direct, lasting impact on your future at a business and personal level. How do we achieve this?

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We Innovate

We are constantly developing the latest courses across IT, business and management, updating existing courses to reflect current best practice and removing courses that are no longer relevant.

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We Listen

Our courses are constantly being updated based on your feedback, and we will not book anyone onto a course unless we are 100% sure it is right for their ability and goals.

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We Know What Works

Our approach to training is hands-on, interactive workshop-style courses. 99% of training managers and delegates told us that this approach is the most effective way to learn.

Our Blogs

Apple to Sue Medical Firms Over Use Of "Eye Pad"

In a new development in Apple's ongoing attempts to trademark borderline-generic terms - including "App Store" - the company has today threatened legal action against some medical suppliers including St John Ambulance and Medisave over a range of "Eye Pad" dressings - pending the success of a new trademark application.

Only recently, Microsoft criticised Apple's attempts to trademark "App Store"; and recruited a professor of linguistics to support their claim that the term is generic and can be applied to any store that sells apps, in the same way, that "grocery store" can be used to describe any grocer.

However - if successful - this new move by Apple is set to establish a new legal precedent as it attempts to lay claim to the pronunciation of the name of its iconic tablet as well as just the word "iPad".

Dontcha Coppius, a spokesman for the Cupertino tech-giant, said in a statement this morning:

"These firms might not be spelling the name of their products in the same way, but consumers won't necessarily realise that if they hear the words spoken out loud. When someone says "hey, I just got two Eye Pads without even having to queue", that has the potential to devalue our brand. We're therefore looking to trademark the sound of the word "iPad" in order to protect that."

Silicon Beach Training spoke to corporate law specialist Khan Believu-Bortit about Apple's chances of success:

"I'm surprised at Apple's audacity in attempting to trademark the sound of a word, but if you look at the list of trademarks they already hold I wouldn't underestimate their chances. They have already got a trademark on Bonjour, for instance, and although this refers specifically to their networking technology, I know some of my French colleagues now greet each other very cautiously for fear of legal action."

Whilst commentators watch with interest as legal teams deliberate over Apple's latest claim, other retailers are apparently already taking action to protect themselves should the legislation pass.

Cadburys are reported to be hastily re-branding a range of hot-chocolate drinks whilst marketing teams at UK Supermarket giant Tesco have also been preparing new signage advertising "Green Tree-Based Fruit" for fear of censure over the term "Apple".

Silicon Beach Training offer a range of courses including Illustrator Training, Photoshop Training and InDesign Training. We also run other useful business courses including Leadership TrainingManagement TrainingPRINCE2® Training

Topics Covered In CCNA Courses

4 Topics That Are Covered In CCNA Courses

If you're looking to progress your IT career then taking the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) may be the way forward for you.

It's a well respected qualification that shows you're up to date in your networking sector. Here are four topics that are covered in the CCNA, and how they can help you in your career.

1. TCP/IP And The OSI Model

The Open Systems Interconnection is a way of standardising communication within network systems. The CCNA exam requires you to understand how this system breaks down communication into layers, and how they communicate with each other.

The Transmission Control Protocol and the Internet Protocol are two different networking based models, but they're both used to illustrate the way standard data transmission works online. Knowing how these both work will be essential in any CCNA courses you undertake.

2. IPv6

IPv6 refers to Internet Protocol "version 6". This latest iteration of Internet protocol gives more unique IP addresses, which are needed in times of business growth. Most businesses are now running on IPv6, so as a technician you will need to have knowledge of IPv6 in order to be a valuable asset.

3. Subnetting

Subnetting is a common network strategy that breaks networks into smaller components. Each subnet has a unique IP address, which interfaces with the group of subnets as a whole.

There are good reasons why this is commonly used in networks. One reason is because it makes it easier to diagnose and isolate issues when they occur. Secondly, you can then work on fixing an issue without taking the rest of the network down.

4. Network Address Translation

This is the process of modifying IP addresses in transit between two incompatible systems. It's becoming more commonly used in businesses as BYOD, or Bring Your Own Device, is becoming more popular in businesses.

Basic NAT is used to connect a user's smartphone or tablet to the network, and allow them to access network data. CCNA courses will cover basic NAT techniques, but there are more advanced courses available that you can pursue if you want to expand your knowledge.

Here at Silicon Beach Training, we have several courses, such as the CCNA training course, CCNA security training, and CCNA voice training, that can prepare you to pass your CCNA exam and find new opportunities in your industry.

If you're interested, get in touch. We can answer any questions that you have, and help you find the right course. We'll help you to acquire knowledge concerning CCNA, whilst obtaining this sought-after certification.

PRINCE2 and its global versatility

Some may be under the illusion that PRINCE2 is only valuable to those within the UK. Specifically, that the skills gained during the accreditation will only be applicable to the UK Information Technology market. You would be forgiven for thinking so with PRINCE’s history and origin. In the 1970’s, it began as PROMPTII Simpact Systems Ltd, created by the UK Government. In the 1980’s it underwent some changes was and renamed PRINCE. PRINCE2 came about in 1996 after the programme underwent further modifications. Another revision followed in 2009 and 2017 has brought us the latest update.

However, PRINCE2 is a versatile programme where the taught skills can be translated onto any project; whether it be organising a Bar Mitzvah, constructing and overseeing the building of a health clinic in Malawi, --READ MORE--to project management sectors in IT offices across the world.

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Our Clients

With extensive experience working with large organisations, national and local government, universities, charities, SMBs and individuals we believe that no client is too big or too small. This creates a diverse atmosphere on our scheduled courses with the opportunity to discuss solutions for a wide range of problems. We excel at developing bespoke training solutions for prestigious clients including EDF Energy, Sport England and Tesco PLC.

Banco Central Do Brasil

Nationwide Building Society

EDF Energy

EDF Energy

Sport England

Sport England

Tesco PLC

Tesco PLC

Imperial College London

Imperial College London

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