Pitman Training collected a series of prizes for Learning Centre of the Year at the IT Training Awards 2006.
The provider of office and training skills was awarded winner, runner up and nominee against 150 other companies.
The final shortlist featured six centres, in which Pitman twice collected first place and won runner up at the recent event.
The company’s London branch won first prize. Despite being in business for only 18 months, Pitman’s High Holborn centre took the runner up honour.
Pitman currently provides over 1.1 million hours of training through 60,000 IT, office and business skills courses each year.
Managing Director of Pitman Training Michael Graham said: “The institute of IT Training plays a pivotal role in establishing and managing the standards in IT training and in recognising outstanding examples of best practice, innovation and excellence within IT training.”
Commenting on the company’s success at the ceremony, he added: “Our centres were able to meet the judges’ criteria of innovation, learner and sponsor support and client satisfaction perfectly. We are delighted that Pitman Training is held in such high esteem.
“For three of our franchises to reach the final shortlist, despite being up against 150 other companies, is extremely positive, but to achieve runner up and winner status reinforces our position as a market leader, providing quality training and skills that are valued by both the student and prospective employers.”
The awards ceremony was held at the Dorchester Hotel in London on 2 February.