Telford, 15 September 2022: Respected education consultancy and training provider TA ( Tablet Academy Ltd ), and innovative apprenticeship provider PrimaryGoal Ltd (PG) have formed a strategic alliance in order to continue to provide forward-thinking, innovative apprenticeships in the education and business space.
Well known for its highly regarded Level 3 Digital Championship programme, available for education and businesses, PG’s formal strategic alliance with TA will strengthen the programme curriculum, the skills learnt by apprentices, and the benefits to the employer.
“The COVID-19 pandemic further institutionalised the applications of digital technologies across the education and business sectors. However, the outcome of this move clearly identified that there are insufficient staff that fully understand, from an end-user perspective, the technologies and strategies required to complete the transition into a post-COVID age, and as such hinder employers from getting the very best from their investment. Together, TA and PG will leverage their respective knowledge and experience to safeguard the evolution of programmes such as the Digital Champion Apprenticeship, thereby securing that organisations, large and small, are fully equipped to create, implement, and manage the Digital Transformation process.”, said Professor Steve Molyneux, Tablet Academy Co-founder and Chairman.
Mark Yorke, CEO of TA (UK) commented on the partnership, “With TA’s wealth of experience in the delivery of Digital Transformation Consultancy and Training, and with access to many technology industry partners, we believe that this partnership will bring about much needed future-proofed support to organisations of all sizes and in all sectors.”
Newly appointed PG CEO Louise Salmon reported, “Following five years of a successful working relationship with TA, all our staff and shareholders are delighted that Primary Goal and TA will be working closer together in enabling all learners and other stakeholders the full benefit of both companies expertise and excellence in digital provision.”
With a firm background in training and education, Louise joined Primary Goal as CEO earlier this month and is delighted to be working alongside Mark and the TA team with their expertise in digital transformation to drive the quality of education to the benefit of all.
PG founder, Louise Campton is also delighted with the recent changes and looks forward to working with all parties in strategically progressing the alliance of PG and TA.
About TA: Founded in 2013 by education visionary and academic Professor Steve Molyneux, and creativity in schools consultant Mark Yorke, Tablet Academy has grown from a small company in Telford, to over 30 full-time staff, many former teachers and headteachers, in the UK, and a group of 13 franchise offices across Europe, Middle East, Africa and the USA. Each franchise is committed to working with education institutions, businesses, governments, and industry partners worldwide to ensure digital equity across the education and business sectors. This is achieved through consultancy on the creation and implementation of digital transformation strategies, and the development and delivery of highly customised end-user training in technology use, irrespective of the customer’s technical ecosystem (Google or Microsoft).
TA has several high-profile technology partners including Adobe, Google, Intel, Lenovo, Microsoft, etc., and has provided consultancy to governments across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and South America.
Currently, TA (UK) supports over 2,000 education institutions and trains over 45,000 staff a year on how to get the best from technology to support their objectives, be that teaching and learning outcomes in schools, or productivity increases and cost savings in businesses.
TA services are delivered face-to-face, and now more commonly, remotely via Microsoft Teams, Google Meeting, or Zoom.
Through an International Office in the Canary Islands, TA operates franchises in France, Germany, Malta, Morocco, Netherlands, Poland, Scotland, South Africa, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom and the United States.
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