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The AAT Training Provider winners were…
08 May 2017
Accountancy Learning walked off with the AAT Champion award at the recent AAT Training Provider Awards. PQ magazine editor, Graham Hambly, was again a judge this year. He said: “Accountancy Learning are everything an AAT provider should be. What is so great about the team is that they really care and it shows. They were a worthy winner.”
The Distance Learning Provider of the Year award went to Premier Training for the second year in a row. “Premier really are offering a premier service to its PQs,” said Hambly.
Award for Best Use of E-learning went to First Intuition Distance Learning. “First Intuition are another provider who goes that extra mile for trainees,” he said.
The other winners on the night were:
AAT Student of the Year: Rob Thornton
Apprentice of the Year: Rebecca Fay (pictured)
Distance Learner of the Year: Peter Freeman
Training Provider - small: Southend Adult Community College
Training Provider of the Year - medium: Preston’s College
Training provider of the Year – large: BPP Professional Education
Pauline Sparkes Award for Best New Training Provider: Aspire Accounting School
International Training Provider of the Year: Management & Accountancy School (Myanmar)
Apprenticeship Training Provider of the Year: Kaplan Financial
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