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Who We Are

We were officially established in 2003. We work with a wide range of clients, from blue-chip corporates and public-sector bodies through to advertising agencies, small businesses and charities. We often demonstrate our training at many events throughout the UK and Ireland. Our experience has allowed us to work closely with companies such as Adobe, HP and Citi Bank and we’re often their first choice for delivery of projects and presentations

We are an Adobe Certified Associate training centre, an accredited training provider as part of the CPD learning network and OCN (open college network) certified. Professional accreditation is an ongoing journey of continuous improvement to ensure BigRockDesigns learning services operate at the highest possible standard.

With training centres in Belfast and Dublin, we expertly deliver training on either a scheduled or a private basis. We can also come to your place of business to deliver training if this is more convenient

All our trainers are industry experts in their chosen topics. They all have many years of practical and academic experience in their subject area

Why Choose Us

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Award for Best School 2017

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Our degrees are recognized worldwide.

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