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Tustone supports academy with laptop repairs

Tustone Technical Services have fixed 30 laptops to support students at the NOAH Academy.

As part of NOAH Academy’s services, students have access to on-site laptops to help them search and apply for jobs, as well as build confidence using IT facilities through digital skills courses. Over 30 laptops at the academy were out of use and in need of specialist repair.

James Hodge, Managing Director at Tustone, kindly offered his IT support services free of charge. The Luton-based Tustone team collected the laptops and worked their magic on all 30 devices!

Barbara Bell, Head of Training at NOAH Academy said: “We can’t thank Tustone enough for the support. Our laptops are critical to the support of our clients in their digital learning and progression into work. With 30 laptops back in action, we can support even more students with their digital capabilities and search for employment.”