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29 May 2018
The AAT qualification has provide a godsend to many, no more so than the recipient of the AAT Student of the Year, Tamara Salter. A proud Tamara, who studies with Premier Training, said that despite ongoing health issues: “Studying for the AAT qualification was one of the things which gave her something positive to focus on during a very difficult period.”
The AAT Apprentice of the Year, Rebecca Mooney, is a role model to other apprentices and showed real resilience dealing with her family home being hit by the flooding in Carlisle while studying.
As AAT President, Nicky Fisher, says it is the AAT’s aim to help people change their lives through their studies and it was great to meet people who have dine just that.
So who were all the winners on the night? Here they are:
* Student of the Year: Tamara Salter, Premier Training
* Lifetime Achievement – AAT Tutor: Mike Webster, Cardiff & Vale College
* Best Use of E-learning: Kaplan On Demand
* AAT Champion: Accountancy Learning Ltd
* Pauline Sparkes Award for Best New Training Provider: Training Link
* Distance Learner of the Year: Miranda Buchanan, The Training Place of Excellence.
* Distance Learning Provider of the Year: AVADO Learning
* Apprentice of the Year: Rebecca Mooney, Carlisle College
* Apprentice Provider of the Year: The Training Place of Excellence
* Training Provider of the Year – small: All Inclusive Training
* Training Provider of the Year – medium: Canterbury College
* Training Provider of the Year – large: First Intuition Distance Learning.
* International Training Provider of the Year: Botho University
* Tutor of the Year: Sylvia Segone, Botswana Accountancy College
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