New Skills Academy Creates New Job Opportunities In North America

May 17, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Hertford, United Kingdom based New Skills Academy (NSA) recently announced the opening of new offices in North America, expanding the scope of the online training company.

The leading provider of online education in the United Kingdom, the company is planning to bring all of their acclaimed courses, along with their exceptional support and content creation specialists, to their new facilities. However, to supplement their recent expansion and the move to larger offices, NSA has also begun recruiting for a number of new and exciting positions. This recruitment period is intended to help maintain the quality of education that NSA students are accustomed to, as the course provider has decided to create an entirely new team exclusive to North America.

Chris Morgan, CEO of New Skills Academy, elaborated on the thought process behind the move, saying, "When we decided to expand the reach of our business to a new continent, the main priority that we had was keeping the quality and excellence that our customers are accustomed to. It became clear that we were not going to be able to achieve this if our current UK team had to take these new responsibilities. We quickly came to the conclusion that to attain to our standards, New Skills Academy would have to recruit new support and development teams."

This gives US education and content creation specialists an opportunity to work with an award-winning company, known in the online learning industry for both their excellence as well as their commitment to supporting and encouraging their students. All of the newly employed staff will be able to work with the best tools available in the industry, as the company has always prioritised being a leader in the adoption and development of new technologies in the industry.

The new positions that New Skills Academy will be recruiting to fill in their US facilities include full and part-time roles, whose responsibilities will be spread across different aspects of customer support and content creation. A few examples of these include content creation specialists, customer service advisors, and partner sales specialists.

With this expansion to an unexplored market, New Skills Academy is seizing the opportunity to create a number of fresh course offerings. The online training company expects its latest courses to meet the needs of students in different areas that currently lack the adequate resources in North America. These courses will cover areas such as Sales, Financial Services, Home Care, and many more.

Chris Morgan spoke about the company's expectations and goals that the New Skills Academy expects to meet, saying, "We understand that the market in North America is different from the United Kingdom. There are different qualification needs, in some areas, that may not be as popular in the UK. After researching thoroughly, we decided that these will be the first few targeted courses that we will launch in North America. This should give our students the best chance at getting employed in a different set of areas that are in need of personnel."

New Skills Academy's commitment to helping their students has been constant through the years, and the benefit to their students was one of the company's main concerns when considering their new facilities. This commitment has earned the UK based training company a vast number of positive reviews across multiple platforms. Frederick Hughes, a former student of New Skills Academy, wrote, "I took the Autism Awareness Course. The whole experience was first class. The course was broken down into 11 easy-to-follow modules, which facilitated studying at my own pace. Each module was easy to print, which I used to highlight important details and aid study. All in all, this course was excellent. I would thoroughly recommend New Skills Academy without hesitation to anyone."

More information on available job opportunities can be found on the company’s website. Interested parties may also contact Chris Morgan of New Skills Academy, or visit the company’s website to learn more. Additionally, students may follow the company’s official social media pages on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to stay in touch with their latest news and important announcements.

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For more information about New Skills Academy, contact the company here:

New Skills Academy
Chris Morgan
0845 259 0244
info@newskillsacademy.co.uk
New Skills Academy Harforde Court 2 John Tate Rd Hertford SG13 7NW UK

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