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From a record number of entries, the countries best apprenticeship training providers and employers were unveiled at the Annual Apprenticeship Conference Awards 2022. At the ceremony on 22nd March from a record-breaking 370 entries, judges selected 24 award winners. Specialist apprenticeship training provider, Intelligencia Training, were named as winners in the Protective Services category.
Shane Mann, Managing Director of FE Week’s publisher Lsect and AAC awards co-host said “Tonight we have proved that there is so much to celebrate in the apprenticeship sector. The providers, employers and individuals we’ve recognised represent the innovators, risk-takers and pioneers that are not only doing amazing things for apprentices but are also proving that apprenticeships are a first rate pathway through education.”
Intelligencia Training’s Director of Education, Ian Richardson, commented “It is a fantastic honour for our contribution to the protective services sector to be recognized amongst such considerable competition. We are passionate about the expansion of apprenticeship opportunities in the sector and have been at the forefront of curriculum development for both Intelligence Analysis and Counter Fraud Investigation Standards for a number of years. We have now qualified hundreds of intelligence personnel that are making considerable differences across a varied range of sectors and are already making a considerable impact with our counter fraud investigation curriculum across another diverse employer and learner demographic. Our focus on bespoke, role specific curriculum and real opportunity to ensure application of skills within the analytical and investigative environments is at the centre of our success.
This award is testament to the fantastic work that all of our teams deliver, bringing such variety of professional experience from industry to ensure the most relevant apprenticeship programmes and clear measurable impact within their sectors.”
You can read more about Intelligencia Training and their levy funded apprenticeship programmes at www.intelligenciatraining.com