Student Of The Year Award For Price Bailey Employee Samantha
CONGRAULATIONS to Samantha Lefevre of the Business Team at Price Bailey Chartered Accountants in Norwich, who has won Kaplan s Exemplary Student Of The Year Award. Kaplan Financial helps Price Bailey Chartered Accountants to facilitate their training ne
CONGRAULATIONS to Samantha Lefevre of the Business Team at Price Bailey Chartered Accountants in Norwich, who has won Kaplan's Exemplary Student Of The Year Award.
Kaplan Financial helps Price Bailey Chartered Accountants to facilitate their training needs by providing the ideal combination of courses and locations to meet the training requirements of the 7-office practice. Kaplan Financial is the UK's leader of accountancy, business and financial training provider with 27 locations nationwide.
Sam Lefevre commented: "I was over the moon that I had won and even more pleased to get an unexpected gift of an IPod Nano.
Sam added: "I am glad my hard work paid off and I passed my exams first time. Kaplan Financial has supported me throughout my study. The tutors are there to help at every step whether it is linked to tuition or non-tuition matters.
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"My employer, Price Bailey Chartered Accountants, has been excellent by making sure that I was coping with the work:study balance and helping me to identify the opportunity to apply my new knowledge at work."
From left to right are: Angie Thorp from Pure Resourcing Solutions, Tanya Floringer AAT product manager for Kaplan Financial East Anglia, Sam Holt from Pure, Sam Lefevre from Price Bailey Chartered Accountants and Tim Howes centre manager for Kaplan Financial East Anglia.
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