About Us

Who We Are

Tech Geek UK is an Apple Authorised Training Provider. We repair iPhones, iPads, Macbook, Macbook Pro, iMac. we also repair laptops and desktops for trade customers. Our service center in East and West London, If you live locally you can walk-in for repair service, urgent repair service, same day repair service. We have Apple Certified Technicians ready to set up and fix your mobile, tablet or computer. You can book an appointment through our online form and have peace of mind that when you arrive for repairs you will be seen without wait. Fast and affordable phone repair service.

What We Do?


Apple Certification CoursesCyber Security CoursesCloud Computing Courses


Smartphone Repair ServiceTablet Repair ServiceLaptop Repair Service

Digital Marketing

Search Engine OptimizationSocial Media MarketingDisplay Advertising

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Our Team

We know the importance of delivering the best training, Our trainers have been certified to deliver GCHQ certified course - Black Hat course - AOH (Art Of Hacking), Certified EC-Council Trainer for Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH v9, v10), CompTIA Security+ and more

Call Us on 02084323210 to book a demo class

Sulekh Chand

Operations Director

Karan Kumar

Sr Cyber Security Trainer

Rajendran A. R. (Raj)

Apple Certified Trainer

Ramidu Perera

Learning & Development Manager

Preeti Gambhir

Programe & Project Management

Anas Miah

SEO & Digital Marketing
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Work With Us

We are open for business collaboration and we strongly believe in working partnerships to help grow business.

If you are have a training college, institute or business we are happy to collaborate.

If you are into repair business we also provide trader repair services.

If you are an individual would like to become certified trainer we can help.


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