Discounts and Promotions
Save with Multiple Bookings
For public scheduled courses, book 2 students or courses and save 5%. Book 3 – 4 students or courses and save 10%. Book 5 – 6 students or courses and save 15% (courses must be booked at the same time to take advantage of this discount). Contact us for volume discounts of 7 or more students or courses.
Government organizations are eligible for a government discount, contact us for more information.
Charitable organizations are eligible for a discounted rate, contact us for more information.
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More Ways to Save on Training
You can save on training with discounts on multiple bookings, by bringing your own device or by booking custom training.
Bring Your Own Device
You can save by bringing your own device to any of our public scheduled courses. Simply let us know when you register to save. BYOD rates are listed on each course outline.
Save with Multiple Bookings
For public scheduled courses, book 2 students or courses and save 5%. Book 3 – 4 courses or students and save 10%. Book 5 – 6 courses or students and save 15%.* Contact us for volume discounts of 7 or more students or courses.
Arrange Custom Training
You can even customize the content and choose a date that is convenient for your staff. Contact us to see how you can save up to 50% with custom training.
*Note: Only bookings made at the same time for public scheduled courses are eligible for discounts. Except for BYOD rates, discounts may not be combined. Discounts (other than monthly or special discounts) are subject to change.
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