Bespoke training programs for businesses
Create 'digital centres of excellence' inside your organisation
Training to grow internal capability
Create the digital talent you need
Many Australian businesses are currently either struggling to hire the right digital talent or are discovering that their existing digital teams are ineffective. In an environment where many companies can’t find the people they need, Academy Xi helps businesses to cultivate new technical capabilities in-house. External recruitment doesn’t always need to be the answer.
We’ve designed a range of training programs for upskilling or producing teams of:
- UX Designers
- Service Designers
- Product Managers
- Data Analysts
- Digital Project Managers
- Full-stack developers
- Front-end developers
- Digital Marketers
How we help build technical capability?
build new teams
Bring together people from different parts of your organisation to form new digital teams. Give them the tools they need to become a ‘centre of excellence’.
upskill existing teams
Align current teams on digital knowledge and best-practice. Increase efficiency and reduce friction points through a shared toolkit and language.
Who is this training designed for?
This training is best suited for:
- Functional teams looking to add a handy shared skillset
- Newly-formed teams seeking to build digital capabilities in strategic areas
- Businesses who have identified digital skills gaps within their organisation and need the solutions to plug them
- Teams in design, tech and business strategy who want to realise their collective potential
We live in the age of digital transformation, with the number and size of digital projects growing rapidly. Building a successful team that is adept at working together is critical in order to see digital projects successfully ‘lift off’.
Solid project management can help ensure that your team not only learns how to work well together, but that they also increase efficiency and productive workflow for future projects.
Bringing digital projects to life can mean different things to different teams depending on their end goal. Digital Project Management is essentially about getting things done in the digital world. The way that this is brought to life typically involves planning, delegating, tracking, reviewing, and measuring results — often all done using project management software. Some examples of real-world digital projects are:
- Organisational/team digital transformation projects
- New software assessment or implementation
- Software and mobile development
- Website design and creation
- UX/UI design and build
- Digital marketing campaigns
Organisations we've worked with
What our clients say
“Academy Xi is my learning partner not my learning provider”
Clare Di Leva
“The training was a tailored experience, to ensure that all team members would get something out of it, and felt engaged”
Our team came to Academy Xi for some group training in UX & Service Design. The purpose of this training was to help establish common practices and outputs for the team. The training was a tailored experience, to ensure that all team members would get something out of it, and felt engaged.
It was a great team building exercise, and really helped us agree on methodology - which in turn helped us have a common approach within the workplace - which helped enormously in streamlining our approach.
“a level of learning and enjoyment rarely seen”
Academy Xi bring an energy and passion to education that creates a level of learning and enjoyment rarely seen. They played an integral role in our Tech4Good Challenge Program - providing instructions, content development and class management to train our non-profit partners in Service Design, Product Management and User Experience Design. I would highly recommend Academy Xi as a training and development partner if you are looking for an industry-leading experience.
“great team building exercise”
The Intro to Human-Centred Design course was a great team building exercise. A lot of interesting concepts were covered. My team also got the opportunity to collaborate with participants from other divisions on problems specific to our organisation (as opposed to hypothetical problems). Every participant got something useful out of the day.