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Torque IT has been the leading ICT technical training provider in Africa for over 25 years, offering the largest international technology vendor accredited training portfolio to its clients.
Torque IT trains more than 15 000 students annually and many more through the utilisation of virtual instructor led delivery methods. The business has more than 380 technology-based courses to choose from across 38 technology partners. Additionally, Torque IT has some of the continents most advanced training studios that include state of the art equipment.
The company has well established strategic partnerships with key technology vendors. This has enabled the company to offer the most relevant, up to date and future focused technology training. This includes all the top ten most demanded ICT certifications globally which ranges from Cybersecurity, Cloud Computing, Big Data, and Artificial intelligence.
Additionally, these in demand and world class certifications are supported by Torque IT’s highly certified and multiskilled trainers who train across a range of the most recognised technology vendors globally.
The business boasts a centre of excellence (COE). The COE’s primary function is to deliver the operational and back-office support functions of skills programs and academies to meet the administrative and report requirements set out by the regulatory bodies. Torque IT has a strategic partnership with a globally recognised online learning partner – (LRMG), to deliver management system (LMS) functionality such as moderation, assessments and learning journey tracking and reporting.
Torque IT’s training programmes are closely aligned to South Africa’s grand plan around the 4IR (Fourth industrial revolution). 4IR demands that young people are equipped with the necessary skills to cope with the changing world of work and opportunities and as result see the major shift from labour-intensive production to knowledge and skills intensive productions and workplace demands. Therefore, it is critical for South Africa to enable the youth’s understanding and knowledge of emerging technologies aligned to the 4IR.
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