“Since opening our first Perth Training Rooms in 2001, the demand for training and seminar facilities has grown seven-fold”, says Cameron.
(PRWEB) September 21, 2011
Cliftons, Australia’s premier computer training and seminar facility provider is increasing service capabilities with the expansion of its training facilities Georges Terrace, Perth in response to continued strong demand from the buoyant WA economy.
The newly refurbished computer training and seminar rooms located in the heart of the Perth CBD are close to transport hubs, taking full advantage of all the services the city provides.
Andrew Cameron,Cliftons founder says that responding to the expanding training needs of the resource sector is paramount to the company’s growth strategy in the west.
“Since opening our first Perth training rooms in 2001, the demand for training and seminar facilities has grown seven-fold”, says Cameron.
Vacancy figures provided by Knight Frank indicate that property availability in Perth CBD is as low as 4.4%. The growth in outsourcing of training and seminar rooms has provided facilities such as Cliftons an 85% pre commitment rate.
With the latest WA Resources and Economics Report in June 2011 indicating that total capital expenditure is at a record level, up 18% from October last year, demand in Perth will only increase.
“Our state of the art facilities will provide the vital link in ensuring training outcomes are met efficiently and effectively, which is essential for sectors experiencing significant growth.”
Cliftons has the ability to create secure networks and connections, allowing organisations to use the CBD facilities as a virtual workplace or have full access to their own networks where needed.
“This is critical for our WA clients such as BHP who are quite often geographically challenged. We endeavour to provide resources that best fit their needs”, says Cameron.
The rooms are designed to provide a high level of acoustic attenuation and fitted with state of the art audio visual, IT and security technology that includes interactive projectors.
Cliftons web conferencing technology enables clients such as Chevron and Rio Tinto to do almost anything that can be done face-to-face including webinars, press conferences, product demonstrations, presentations, training or even conduct job interviews.
New computer training desks have been designed with built in monitors that can also be used for seminars and multi-use with a special finish to minimise glare.
Unique to Cliftons, the desks have been developed in partnership with Bourneville furniture and represent leading edge thinking and functionality.
“Cliftons is always striving to ensure their Perth capabilities are at the forefront of design and functionality to stay one step ahead of market needs. These computer training and seminar rooms have now become the blueprint for all our facilities moving forward.”