NCP No Common People and Learning Tree in New Partnership to Create More Modern IT & Management Training

Dec 18, 2015, 02:00 ET from NCP No Common People AB

STOCKHOLM, December 18, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --

NCP No Common People AB want to create more modern IT and Management Courses and will during the spring launch a new and improved selection of courses. - This feels important for the journey we are on to improve and change, says Carl-Christian Wallin, COO and Business Area Manager at No Common People. 

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From January 1st 2016 No Common People will arrange all scheduled courses together with Learning Tree. The partnership will also include public procurement offers.

- As part of us wanting to grow and change into a more modern company I think it is natural for us to find a new partner for our training programs. Learning Tree is to us the obvious choice because they are modern, interesting and perceptive to our needs, says Carl-Christian Wallin.

All of No Common Peoples' current courses will be available via Learning Tree and the new partners will launch new courses throughout the year. First to come is a new course for Certified Maintenance Manager which will be launched during spring.

-We welcome No Common People as a new partner. We know they will add value and complete our course portfolio in the best way possible, says Staffan Windrup, CEO at Learning Tree.

About NCP No Common People AB 

NCP No Common People AB is an IT-consultant company since 1986 and supplies services within IT Management in the business area Life Cycle Management. The business area COBOL Development has unique and well-renowned competencies and also offers training courses. For more information, visit

About Learning Tree

Learning Tree International is a leading worldwide provider to business and government organizations for the training and education of their IT professionals and managers. Established in 1974 the company has over the years had over 2,4 million course participants from 66 000 organizations in their training programs. Learning Tree also provides a suit of skill enhancement services such as coaching, IT Skills Assessments and Workforce Optimisation Solutions. Learning Tree has training locations around the world and the Nordic office is located at Lindhagens gatan 126 in Stockholm.

For more information, contact:

Carl-Christian Wallin,

Staffan Windrup,

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