2021 Winners Outstanding Training Provider of the Year
The Training Provider of the Year is awarded to one of our Non-HE Partners for outstanding positive impact through their relationship with CMI.
Congratulations to our 2021 Learning Provider of the Year
The vision of Exeter College is to shape the future by delivering excellence, and to realise the ambitions of learners, the city and the region. They have been shortlisted for this Award due to their extensive work with employers of all shapes and sizes, helping to promote greater opportunities for local businesses and communities through engagement with employers and learners alike. This has shone through in their delivery of CMI qualifications and apprenticeships to increase the number of qualified and confident leaders, particularly in their work with a local NHS trust during the pandemic.
It felt like the perfect time to put through an application for this Award, and that was primarily down to our learners. So it is great that we can recognise the work of employers and our staff to help apprentices on their learning journeys.Lucinda Sanders, Director of Adult and Higher Education
Our 2021 Shortlisted Entries
Our shortlisted entries for the Learning Provider of the Year Award have now been announced, take a look at the shortlist below.
Our learners are always at the heart of what we do. So to be shortlisted, and for our learners to know we have been shortlisted, is incredibly special. We view this as a vital stepping stone to the direction that we are looking to go in next.Lynn Boulonois
Management Curriculum Lead
We work in an industry where recognition does matter. These Awards and being shortlisted are important because they give an external stamp of recognition and quality-assure what we are about.Karen Young
The pandemic has been really tough for training providers large and small. This Award recognises those that have survived and thrived. With the help of CMI, our organisation has been agile, delivering bespoke blended learning designed around organisational needs.Jo Fisher
It felt like the perfect time to put through an application for this Award, and that was primarily down to our learners. So it is great that we have been shortlisted, thereby recognising the work of employers and our staff to help apprentices on their learning journeys.Lucinda Sanders
Director of Adult and Higher Education