National award for Training 2000
Training 2000 is celebrating afterscooping the ‘Medium Training Provider’ category at a national awards event.
It was presented to the Blackburn-based training provider at the annual Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) awards, which recognise ‘outstanding quality’.
The ceremony was held online as a result of the coronavirus lockdown and awards were handed out virtually.
Emma Wilson, Training 2000 lead for professional services, said: “I am proud to be part of such a passionate and innovate team who strive for excellence in all they do.”
Chief executive Chris Stott added: “Winning a national award is always very gratifying, but this one is particularly pleasing as it has been presented by a universally respected and internationally renowned organisation.
“The award is just recognition of the high level of professionalism and the extraordinary efforts that our AAT team apply to ensure that our learners have a great experience and are successful in their chosen pathway.”
Training 2000, part of the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan), works with school leavers, apprentices and higher education learners with the goal of educating and preparing learners for the world of work that awaits them.
The training provider’s main focus is to support its learners to achieve the qualifications they need, alongside helping to develop employability skills and knowledge that employers are looking for.