Students Have the Last Word; Management Training and Education

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Students Have the Last Word; Management Training and Education


YOU only have to look at some of the student comments to get an insight into the quality of training on offer at BPP in Newcastle.

Recent testimonials include, "tutors are fantastic - I love coming here" and "taught from knowledge and experience - not from a text book". Both quotes say much about BPP, a name which carries a lot of weight in the training sector nationally, and with good reason.

An industry leader in finance-related training, the organisation is having a growing impact in the North East, with the BPP Newcastle office reporting an impressive increase in the uptake of its services in recent months.

According to the Newcastle centre's managing director, Tracey Wilson, the rise of BPP in the North-East is running well above target.

She says: "We are exceeding expectations and are confident of further growth.

"Our approach is paying off and our reputation as a highly professional, trustworthy organisation is rising with a high percentage of our students now coming to us from word of mouth."

In Newcastle the company provides training for CIMA, ACCA and ICAS accountancy qualifications as well as for the ATT & CTA tax examinations.

Results are a key factor in deciding which training provider to use and on this front BPP has much to be proud of.

Its pass rates are consistently well above national averages and last year two of its students - Kathryn Boal and Debbie Adair - were both placed fifth in the world for their CIMA exams.

With high quality materials, expert tuition and an excellent trainer-to-student ratio, BPP is fast becoming the preferred choice for accountancy and tax training. Key to its success is the development of a culture that sees BPP staff going above and beyond the call of duty. …

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