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The AAT award winners 2019 are…

13 May 2019

Stratford-Upon-Avon and the home of Shakespeare was the venue for the 2019 AAT Training Providers Awards. The star-studded night saw some familiar winners, with South Devon College picking up the Innovation in Course Design and Delivery, and Premier Training walking off with the Large Training Provider of the Year.

The AAT Student of the Year award went to Samuel Bytheway (pictured here). He said: “It’s an incredible honour to have all my work over the last year recognised with this ward, and going forward it will help me remember that I can overcome adversity and achieve what I set my mind to.” Bytheway also thanked everyone at Peak Accountancy Training for their continual support and encouragement.

AAT Tutor of the Year is Abingdon & Witney College’s Karen Walker. An overwhelmed Walker said: “To win an award doing a job that you really enjoy doing, it didn’t seem right somehow, but I feel absolutely privileged and honoured.”

The full list of winners are:
AAT Student of the Year: Samuel Bytheway, Peak Accountancy Training
AAT Distance Learner of the Year: Alex Thom, Avado
AAT Apprentice of the Year: Rebecca Elliot: New College Durham
AAT Tutor of the Year: Karen Walker, Abingdon & Witney College
Apprenticeship Training Provider of the Year: The Apprentice Academy
Distance Learning Provider of the Year: Accountancy Learning
Pauline Sparkes Award for Best New Training Provider: Harlow College
Small Training Provider of the Year: System & Skills Training Concept
Medium Training Provider of the Year: New College Durham
Large Training Provider of the Year: Premier Training
Innovation in Course Design & Delivery: South Devon College
AAT Champion: Newcastle City Learning
AAT Lifetime Achievement – AAT Tutor: Jeff Grimston

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