DDLS and New Horizons Worldwide say they have begun to combine efforts to serve the Australian market with the latest in technology, cybersecurity, process management, and professional development courses.
“DDLS is widely known and highly respected in Australia, which makes them a perfect complement to New Horizons Worldwide list of partners,” said Mikell Parsch, CEO of New Horizons Computer Learning Centers.
“The timing of this partnership is ideal because we have identified Australia as a primary growth target for New Horizons.”
Shelley Morris, COO of New Horizons Computer Learning Centers, said: “New Horizons and DDLS have a long history of collaboration in the IT training and education space. This partnership broadens our course and training programs and accelerates the growth of both companies”.
“The global market continues to digitally transform, and the shortage of IT professionals continues to increase. We are pleased to announce this partnership brings together two leading companies able to address Australia’s talent and skills gap,” Morris said.
In a joint announcement on Tuesday, the two companies said the partnership further supports both DDLS and New Horizons growth plans in Australia and the greater APAC region.
DDLS says it has “long been the number one training provider in Australia” and in partnering with New Horizons, will be able to take its local training capability to New Horizons global customers and franchise network.
“I am excited about this partnership, which further underlines our commitment to provide high-quality training with flexible modalities, industry-accredited trainers and state of-the-art course material,” said Jon Lang, CEO of DDLS.
"DDLS has a long and proud history, offering the highest quality IT Training to the Australian market for more than 25 years. Our understanding of the region, combined with New Horizons Worldwide global network, in addition to our combined product portfolio and vendor network, will provide an unparalleled service in Australia and the region."
The companies say that through the partnership, both organisations and individuals will have expanded course schedule options, access to a worldwide delivery network of training centres, and “can learn online, in a training centre, in a blended environment”.
“They will also have access to two leading and unique training programs: DDLS’s respected cybersecurity training programs and New Horizons’ Center for Leadership and Development Training Programs.”