Savvy runs soft skills and language training for IT companies. We are a team of over 50 instructors in major Ukrainian cities. The company was originally an English classes provider and later evolved into skill-focused training because of the growing complexity of the educational request from our partners.

Savvy comes from Dnipro and we love it unconditionally. At the same time, we have active training operations in the biggest cities around the country including a full-scale training office in Kyiv.

We work on both training sessions and creating our own testing and assessment system (BEST) and self-learning support tools (SDP). One day learners all over the world will get savvier using our solutions.

Savvy regularly organizes unconferences (3PM UnCon) to bring English events to Ukraine and create the culture of peer-to-peer collaboration in the IT community. We also share our knowledge and experience at conferences and open workshops.

We develop the smart way of learning to
get positive changes for tech teams

Our values

We know that efficient knowledge sharing comes first and income follows as a result.


We get better and more professional one step at a time together with our teachers, clients and the market.


We keep on learning. We say with straight faces we have learnt something new every week, every month, every project.


We strive to meet the true needs of our clients with the methods we know or yet have to learn.


We are aware of ourselves and true to our clients. We take those projects we can do our best at

Savvy methods of education

The most effective way to deal with a request is to pick to appropriate approach or toolset. We have collected best practices in adult education to create smooth learning experience


Cambridge CELTA-approve approach
Eclectic approach
Interactive learning and gamification

OnLine Learning

Interactive Zoom sessions
Engaging and captivating formats
Team bonding for remote projects


Supporting strategic planning
Mentoring education/HR team
Helping to integrate changes


Setting goals with key employees
Recommending the tools and sources
Monitoring the progress and results


Creating awareness of the learning process
Using thought-provoking topics and questions
Maximizing personal and professional potential


Skills and competences based learning
Role playing and simulators
Case studies