Double success at the AAT Training Provider Awards 2017
We had a very successful evening at the AAT Training Provider Awards, celebrating the achievements of providers and individuals who have demonstrated excellence in the delivery of AAT qualifications, at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole.
First Intuition Distance Learning were proud to be awarded Best use of E-Learning. The team here do a fantastic job at producing good quality resources for our students, and the hard work has really paid off!
“I am personally thrilled that First Intuition was recognised for ‘Best use of E-Learning’ at the AAT Awards. The decision we took to significantly upgrade our online platform led to a huge amount of work over the last year and it is great to see the enormous efforts of so many of my colleagues paying off like this. The incredible positive response we have had from our students has been further confirmation that our time has been invested wisely in developing even better resources. More interactive, more responsive, more effective. I am so proud of what we have achieved.” – Gareth John, Director at First Intuition.
Among the awards given out were Apprentice of the Year which was awarded to one of our students Rebecca Fay, who impressed the judges with her motivation for her studies as an apprentice while also captaining Cambridge City Ladies Football Club. We couldn’t be happier for Rebecca for winning this award, she truly deserved it!
“The award nomination came as a complete surprise, and to win on the night was a really proud moment. I want to thank all of the tutors at First Intuition, Cambridge and Streets Chartered Accountants for their support throughout my studies.” – Rebecca Fay, apprentice at First Intuition Cambridge.