Setting up a new programme with FI

We spoke to Stefan Payne of privately-owned airline Titan Airways and Stacey Lee of Addenbrookes Teaching Hospital – both of whom previously studied with FI themselves and now train their staff with us – and asked about their experiences.

Setting up a new programme with FI

We spoke to Stefan Payne of privately-owned airline Titan Airways and Stacey Lee of Addenbrookes Teaching Hospital – both of whom previously studied with FI themselves and now train their staff with us – and asked about their experiences.

STEFAN PAYNE, CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER, TITAN AIRWAYS


You send your staff to classroom courses at First Intuition. How do they find the experience?
The feedback that I get from my team members about their studies at First Intuition is always excellent. The brilliant tutors are what makes First Intuition an excellent place to study, which is backed up with first class exam success rates. I regularly hear from my studiers that the tutors at First Intuition are first rate, just as they were when I was studying As an employer, the support I receive from First Intuition is fantastic. The tutors provide me as training manager with excellent feedback on how my students are getting on. The tutors at First Intuition are always willing to go that extra mile if a student needs that little extra help too.

So, would you recommend First Intuition to other employers?
I would most definitely recommend First Intuition to other employers because they have a proven track record of success. Students get the most from their time in the classroom, giving them the best chance of exam success.

It sounds like you value your relationship with First Intuition?
I love working with First Intuition because of the people there. They are top class professionals at what they do, and they do it extremely well, the results speak for themselves. As a bonus, they are all top-quality people and always a pleasure to deal with.


STACEY LEE, DIVISIONAL HEAD OF FINANCE, ADDENBROOKES TEACHING HOSPITAL


Is there anything that you think makes First Intuition different to other training providers?
In my opinion First Intuition are unique because of their commitment to the personal touch. Every single tutor knows your name, background, and your strengths and weaknesses, and due to the smaller classes, they have the time to spend with each and every individual student.

Now that you are an employer how do you find the support delivered by First Intuition?
As an employer I find that First Intuition provide a level of support that is over and above my expectation of an accountancy tuition provider. First Intuition offer study packages tailored to the needs of my organisation and nothing is too much hassle or effort for them. First Intuition understand the needs of both students and of their employer and cater for both, never losing the personal touch.

What do you most value about working with First Intuition?
I love First Intuition because they truly care about each student’s qualifications and their future career and prospects. They are there for my students every step of the journey! First Intuition offer personal sessions with my team members, taking their time to ensure our students are fully informed to make the right decision about their training programmes and qualifications.

Would you recommend First Intuition to other employers?
I would indeed recommend First Intuition to other employers because they will make managing a training programme for your employees seamless, easy and stress free. We couldn’t be happier with the service they provide.

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