28/05/2010

Mullan Training Expands IT Courses

A company that has been delivering Microsoft accredited corporate IT courses for over 15 years, Mullan Training, is now urging a greater use of its training resources.

Already working with clients such as NIE, the NI Housing Executive and FG Wilson, they have always been a trusted provider of professional computer training.

Now, Mullan Training has identified the need to constantly improve and update their service in order to grow.

Therefore the firm is now providing Adobe Creative Suite CS5 Training and as well as the CS4 and CS3 editions of the software, Mullan Training has refreshed its quality training to include Adobe Photoshop CS5 training, Adobe InDesign CS5 training, Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 training, Adobe Illustrator CS5 Training, and training in all the other members of the Adobe CS5 Creative Suite.
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Mullan is also delivering evening classes in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and Microsoft PowerPoint as it has identified a reluctance for some professionals to take time away from the office for training so have begun to offer evening computer training classes in their Belfast City Centre office on Amelia Street – just opposite the Europa Hotel/bus station.

They usually run from 6pm-8pm and have generated a lot of interest in the short time they have been running.

Mullan Training has also extended its service beyond Belfast city centre and has recently begun delivering computer training courses in Omagh, even dedicating a website to this new service at: www.omaghittraining.com

This is part of a growth strategy that will see computer training courses in Microsoft Word, Adobe Photoshop CS5 - and any other application required – delivered in Coleraine, Newry, and the city of Derry.

For more information contact: info@mullantraining.com, or call 028 9032 2228.

Alternatively, join them on Facebook where they will keep you updated with their latest news and services - www.facebook.com/pages/Belfast/Mullan-Training/76735907105

(BMcC)

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