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Premier Training goes the distance for gold again

FOR the second successive year Premier Training has been announced as Distance Learning Provider of the Year by the AAT.

Premier Training goes the distance for gold again

The Immingham-based operation, only last month recognised for the support it offers students nationwide by industry-focused PQ Magazine, was recognised again for the effort put in for aspiring accountants.

In making the presentation, Mark McBride, AAT president, said: “Our winner was able to demonstrate a huge amount of support for their distance learners. They have worked hard to ensure that studying via distance learning doesn’t have to be a lonely experience.

“From tutor, career and online support, they were able to demonstrate how they really go the extra mile for their students. The submission was passionate and included outstanding student testimonials, examples of their visual study tips as well as their accounting catchphrase game!”

A team of 20 employees are based at Prince Henry Drive, where Rose Crockett is operations director.

She said: “We are delighted that our latest award has arrived safely and is sitting proudly among our other prestigious awards that we have previously won.

“We are very proud to have been awarded this outstanding award for a second consecutive year running. Premier Training would like to take this opportunity to thank all those who made this possible – our staff and our students.”

News Courtesy: www.humberbusiness.com

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