Leesburg Training Centre

Xerox International Center for Training & Management Development (XICTMD)

The center was built by Xerox in 1974 under the name of Xerox International Center for Training and Management Development. It was later changed to Xerox Document University when an additional building was added to train employees in copier technology and equipment. In 1994 Xerox opened the facilities to other corporations, and sold it to Oxford Capital Partners in 2000 as part of an exit from the hospitality industry. In part this exit was due to a continuous under-capacity in event bookings, despite such events as the National Veterans Golden Age Games being hosted at the site. From its opening in 1974 until May 2014, it was run by ARAMARK Harrison Lodging, a management services company. In May 2014, NCC EE, LLC became the new management services group. Source: Wikipedia

History of Xerox Leesburg property

Colonial history of Leesburg

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June 26, 2021 8:35 pm

My previous comment had the email typed incorrectly. Please update to this. Thanks!

June 26, 2021 8:30 pm

Spent weeks at the big training facility. It was a beautiful place in the day. Tunnels, classrooms, great food. Everyone dressed for success and the laundry services were excellent! Took basic and advanced, a course on offset/web printing to be applied to marketing the 5090. First time I had hands-on the IBM and Kodak duplicators during competition training. Met a lot of great people and heard many good stories. I remember a trainer, older fellow, who had success with the Navy. I have lots of pictures and a video of me doing a sales presentation. Weekends here were excellent. We… Read more »

Mark Decker
Mark Decker
Reply to  Mike
July 27, 2021 2:37 am

I must’ve spent half my life in Leesburg too. Was in the very first ACT class which was for the 9200. One of the instructors, a tech from down south, would sabotage the machine and we had to figure out how, which is where I learned about Jesus clips. Later I went back for sales training, and then Docutech trainer and analyst training. I also remember that old Navy guy in the competitive lab, he was crusty but pretty funny. I always drove down from NJ and a few times we went into to town and Payne’s Biker bar.

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