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Astutis Expands with New Training Facility

 Jan 2012

Astutis has announced that they have now expanded their Cardiff headquarters in Nantgarw to incorporate a new training facility, which officially opened on 3rd January 2012.

This expansion means that Astutis have more than doubled their office space expanding from 1500sq ft to 3500sq ft after only one year!

This growth has meant that there is now a new e-learning development room for the multi-media team and also a brand new training facility including a coffee and comfort break area for delegates who attend courses at the Nantgarw site.

And it's not only their office size which has vastly increased during this short time. When Astutis launched on 6th January 2011 the team was composed of four full-time staff, there are now fifteen!

Managing Director Steve Terry said  "The increased space is a real indicator of the progress that we have made in our first year, we now have 15 full-time staff delivering fantastic service to our clients and have therefore had to grow our facilities to suit."

Astutis moved into 6 Charnwood Court, Nantgarw back in February 2011.   This is familiar territory for most of the staff as many of the them worked at 1 Charnwood Court during their days at CHSS (Corporate Health & Safety Solutions).

"We plan to run some of our Cardiff based courses here and in-fact will also be able to hire out the training room to external clients and local businesses whenever required." continued Steve.

Astutis also offers training UK-wide at centres in Heathrow, Leeds, Warrington, Teeside, Birmingham and Edinburgh.

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