Training firm shortlisted for major award – Spalding Today
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A training firm based in Whaplode has been announced as a finalist in the prestigious Learning Excellence Awards.
NTP Online Learning is in the running for their unique online transport manager certificate of professional competence study course.
Based in High Road, they have been shortlisted in the Outstanding Course or Initiative and Supply Chain categories, competing for the prestigious Learning Excellence Award title against the likes of Rolls Royce, Honda Motor Europe and Allied Irish Bank.
The women-led family business first launched in 2009, offering face-to-face training services to the transport and logistics industry.
They quickly recognised that the industry needed to change and over the next six years set about creating an online study course that would revolutionise the industry.
Since the launch in 2017, over 8,000 students have upskilled online with NTP’s online training centre and the company continues to grow to offer more courses to meet demand and help transport operators and HGV drivers stay safe, legal and on the road.
The company will have to wait until April 2022 to find out whether they will take home the learning excellence award when a ceremony will take place at the National Conference Centre.
NTP head of training Kelly Moore said: “To receive this exciting news exactly four years from the day we first launched the course is amazing.
“We always knew our course was brilliant and we are thrilled that it’s now getting the recognition it deserves.
“We’ve helped thousands of students gain a qualification they wouldn’t have had if this course didn’t exist and we are extremely proud of how far we’ve come and what we have achieved.”
NTP head of operations Kimbly Mackman added: “We want our students to succeed and we go out of our way to help them achieve their goals.”
NTP sales director Daryl Moore added: “Behind the scenes, we are always developing new courses to help people, we truly believe in helping people progress their careers.”
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