Business and AAT Lecturer Richard Aboagye from Kensington and Chelsea College beat over 300 nominees to be awarded this year’s ‘Tutor Of The Year Award’ at the AAT Training Provider Awards last week.
The AAT Training Provider Awards acknowledges and celebrates the achievements of center providers of the AAT qualification. Richard Aboagye was nominated and won the honorable Tutor Of The Year Award, which recognizes the individual excellence of tutors in the accounting field.
Speaking about his nomination, Richard said: “I’d like to express my profound gratitude to students for voting me as the Tutor of the Year. I’m very thrilled and would like to thank them for appreciating my hard work.”
“Having been a tutor for 7 years, I’ve worked at many Colleges but what makes Kensington and Chelsea College so different is that students are really eager to learn.”
Student Rayia Evans on the AAT Level 2 Course said: “Richard is the best tutor I’ve ever had and I’ve had many tutors over the years. He makes classes enjoyable and understandable.”
“Another thing is he is always willing to help after class. His after class support and communication skills is paramount compared to any other tutor I’ve had”
The ‘Tutor Of The Year Awards’ category was judged on everything from pass rates and student numbers, to e-learning integration and individual excellence.
The Awards Ceremony took place on Thursday 30 April 2015 at this year’s Training Provider Conference.
AAT is a professional qualification and membership body and only AAT approved training providers such as Kensington and Chelsea College are allowed to deliver the AAT accounting qualification. Those in possession of the career enhancing qualification, which is recognised in many countries around the world, can apply for a range of accounting and finance positions.
To find out more about our AAT courses are any other business and management courses please visit http://www.kcc.ac.uk/courses/management-and-professional-studies/accounting-courses/ or contact the College on 0207 573 5333.
Date published: 6 May 2015