Bromley College celebrates accreditation with CII
Bromley College of Further and Higher Education is proud to deliver Financial Services apprenticeships and professional qualifications to the finance sector in London and the UK. Continuing success and high quality delivery has led to them being awarded the prestigious Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) Course Provider Accreditation.
The CII Accreditation builds on its ongoing success within recruitment, apprenticeships and professional qualifications in the financial services sector in the UK.
The many benefits for Bromley College in gaining this qualification include a visible 'kite mark' verifying the quality of CII provision offered via the College, which will assist in creating and strengthening existing employer relationships.
Caspar Bartington, Education Relationship Manager for the CII, commented "The CII is delighted to award its accreditation to Bromley College at a time when students are thinking very carefully about their education and career choices. By offering sector-specific Apprenticeships, the college gives additional profile to the financial services sector, including insurance, which will benefit employers and students at the college."
Bromley College have regularly proven their credentials within the industry and developed many mutually beneficial links with employers ranging from small organisations to multinational blue chip corporations.
"This is a great achievement for the College and shows the hard work and achievement of the Financial Services department," said Vaughan Leyshon, Director of Enterprise and Employer Services at Bromley College. "Previously employers have been a little sceptical about using an FE College to deliver their technical insurance and financial service training - I hope this now proves that we can compete with any other training provider and have the best tutors and training available."
For more information please contact Austen Basleigh, Financial Services Account Manager at Bromley College - firstname.lastname@example.org or 01689 899061.
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