Darwin defined evolution as “descent with modification”, the idea that species change over time, give rise to new species, and share a common ancestor.
Well, Digital Technology Training (DTT), has been positively Darwinian over the last 3 years or so, although I think I would prefer to call it “ascent with modification”.
When DTT began, we concentrated on advanced broadcast engineering and technology, but we were constantly exploring new options and directions.
As a result of economic and practical drivers, we moved from conventional, face-to-face training to an on-line offer, but still mainly focused on engineering and technology.
Since then, we have diversified and now offer eLearning and bespoke training solutions across a range of disciplines and topics.
We are constantly adding to our skill set incorporating animation, video and audio and increased interactivity, and in the next couple of months we hope to have improved animation capability, and later 360o image functionality to offer our clients.
We have worked on projects as diverse as Cybersecurity for a banking group, Industry 4.0 for a Gulf based provider, Mental Health in the Workplace for a UK university, Workplace Respect for an Australian fashion retailer, Health and Safety for the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, an introduction to Excel for a US consultancy and product support training for a Bermudian insurance company.
Who knows where our next “descent” will take us…