Tech specialist Tritek Consulting launches flagship AI training course following 200% growth

Dr Adeshola Cole

TRITEK CONSULTING, a leading global provider of recruitment, training and consulting in the technology sector, has announced a major expansion of its training services following 200% growth.

The fast-growing business, founded by multi-award-winning mentor and entrepreneur Dr Adeshola Cole in 2017, now has a 50-strong team and three offices in the UK, Nigeria, and the US. As part of its expansion programme, the firm will offer bespoke training courses in artificial intelligence (AI) and data science, two key areas of client demand.

The new course will provide candidates with an intensive training course around machine learning, data management, algorithms, and digital skills. The training will include both theory and workshops with senior Tritek team members, equipping candidates with high-quality training to recognised industry standards.

Tritek specialises in training candidates in key technology functions, including Project Management and Business Analysis, Data Analysis, Software Development, Cyber Security, and Product Design. The company has won 10 key industry recognition awards, focused on its ability to deliver high-quality consulting at competitive prices, with high-impact results.

The company also has an impressive track record on diversity, with 80% of its candidates from a Nigerian background and a further 10% from Asia. To date, Tritek has successfully trained over 5,000 candidates and completed over 100 technology projects for clients.  

Dr. Adeshola Cole Tritek Consulting said:

“It’s been an incredible journey, and we’re very proud to have built such a dynamic business, with a mission to equip the next generation with the skills they need to thrive in an increasingly digital world. In the next 10 years, AI will play a critical role in various aspects of our lives. AI will continue to advance and enable us to make more accurate predictions, leading to significant advancements in fields such as healthcare, climate change, transportation, and business. It is essential for us to adopt these trends from now to ensure we stay ahead and embrace the latest tech trends.”

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