The World Education Alliance (WEA) is a global education alliance, incorporating Combined Knowledge, Mindsharp and Critical Path Training. The World Education Alliance unites three of the most recognized names for SharePoint Education in the industry to enable us to offer expert Global education solutions to our clients wherever they are based.
The World Education Alliance provides organizations with over 30 years of knowledge and expertise in the development and delivery of SharePoint and Office 365 courses, products and related services and boasts the largest portfolio of SharePoint and Office 365 education anywhere in the world.
The World Education Alliance has a proven track record in delivering global education solutions through our range of delivery methods and has the ability to work with our clients to create customized education roadmaps.
Our investment in writing and developing content, ensuring our trainers live and breathe the product to gain the real world knowledge and experience and the flexible delivery options we provide help organisations to achieve the same quality education solutions globally, wherever their users are based.
This is demonstrated in the range of projects we have undertaken delivering standard Out of the Box SharePoint courses and creating tailored education programs delivered to thousands of users worldwide.
• Traditional classroom training
• Private, in-house custom workshops and courses
• Online courses and Computer-Based Training
• Custom video production
• Support and helpdesk products
• Just-in-time training and videos
• On-demand digital training programs for long-term adoption
• Education for the entire workforce
• Custom content writing and development
• Complete end to end training roadmaps
• User Adoption Roadmaps
• Education roadmap planning sessions
London Borough of Croydon Council
The Royal Bank of Scotland
Emerson Process Management
Leicestershire Fire and Rescue
Northamptonshire County Council
London Borough of Islington
TATA Global Beverages
The Carbon Trust
Cancer Research UK