User Vision have long provided training services, both in-house and public courses, for our own clients and for leading training organisations including eConsultancy, DM3, Pearson/O'Reilly and Imparture.
We are delighted that now, as one of only a handful of accredited trainers in the UK, we are able to provide the new, internationally recognised Certified Professional for Usability & User Experience Foundation (CPUX) accreditation throughout the UK, as well as other locations including the Middle East and soon in the US too.
This qualification, designed by some of the leading UX professionals in the field, was created in association with the international Usability and User Experience Qualification Board(this will open in a new window) (UXQB) and independently certified by iSQI, the International Software Quality Institute.
Our courses achieve an extremely high pass rate, and we look forward to continuing to help new attendees achieve this same level of success over coming months.
We have a talented pool of trainers, including our CEO and Founder, Chris Rourke, and Stephen Denning our UX Director, both of whom have many years of experience in this field and are recognised as a leading global practitioners.
Keep an eye on our events pages for upcoming course dates worldwide, as well as new courses we will be adding to the CPUX training suite over coming months.
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