About Eident

08/03/2017

Training and Development Experts based in Scotland

Eident, with city centre locations in Glasgow and Edinburgh, provide a wide range of computer training and development services to companies across the whole of Scotland.  Eident was originally established in the summer of 2000, becoming Etopia Solutions Ltd in 2002, with reorganisation in 2011 seeing the technical/training staff re-adopting the original Eident brand, providing a more focused and bespoke level of consultancy to our customers across the private and public sectors.

What do we do?

We deliver scheduled and on-demand IT skills training courses covering Microsoft Excel, Access, Project, Visio, Word, Crystal Reports, Adobe applications, all versions of Microsoft Office and VBA, Social Media apps and much more – all conducted by our highly experienced consultants.

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Social Media Skills EnhancementSocial Media Icons

Our new range of social media training courses help people get the best out of their online presence on platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+.

Project Specialists

Microsoft Project

Our specialist range of courses on Microsoft Project provide a everything from a basic introduction for novices to advanced customisation for experienced users, adaptable to relevant methodologies such as PRINCE 2, Agile & Scrum.

Development

Need a professionally developed database or spreadsheet solution? Our Visual Basic programmers are experts at producing professional Microsoft Access Databases, Microsoft Excel Spreadsheets, automated (macro driven) Microsoft Word templates.

Co-developing

We have a great track record at running development projects in partnership with our clients, where our experts mentor, assist and help to up-skill client teams, “hand-holding” through the development lifecycle.

Locations

With Training Centres in Glasgow and Edinburgh we also cover all of Scotland – regularly travelling to customers in Aberdeen, Inverness, Stornoway, Oban, Dundee, Perth, Stirling, Livingston, Clydebank, Dumfries, and everywhere inbetween!

Why “Eident”?

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Eident, in old Scots, means:

Industrious, assiduous, diligent.

http://www.dsl.ac.uk/entry/snd/eident

A selection of organisations we have worked with:

(read some testimonials here)

Academy Of Marketing
ACCA
Aegon
Aggreko
Apex Hotels
Argyll & Bute Council
Bauer Radio (Radio Clyde, Radio Forth, North Sound, Radio Tay, West Sound etc.)
Bield Housing Association
BNP Paribas
Bridgewater Housing Association
Business Stream
Caledonian MacBrayne / David MacBrayne
Caledonian Maritime Assets (CMAL)
Caledonian Paper
Campbell Kennedy
Citizens Advice Scotland
Coughtrie International
Crown Office / Procurator Fiscal Service
David Wilson Homes
Doosan Babcock
Dundee & Angus College
EDF Energy
eSure
Fife Constabulary (Police Scotland)
Fife Council
Glasgow City Council
Glasgow Housing Association
Glasgow University
Glasgow West Regeneration Agency (Jobs & Business Glasgow)
Glen Chamber (RES Group)
Hanover Housing Association
Heineken
Hudsons
ITI Scotland
KnowledgePool
Land Engineering
Lloyds Banking Group
Martin Currie Asset Management
McCurrach
Momenta
Momentum
Napier University
National Australia Group / Clydesdale Bank
NHS Scotland
North Lanarkshire Council
Opito
QTS
Reed
Registers Of Scotland
SCIAF
Scottish Equitable
Scottish Government
Scottish Natural Heritage
Scottish Police Authority
Scottish Power
Scottish Qualification Authority
Scottish Water
Sistema Scotland
Skills Development Scotland
Solus Medical
Space and People
Strathclyde Police
Strathclyde University
Teekay
The Trainline.com
TUV NEL
Water Industry Commission Scotland
Weir Group
Westburn Publishers
Western Ferries
Your Voice (Advocacy)