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Learner Success Story – Oliver Hume

Sixteen months ago, Oliver Hume began studying his Level 3 Assistant Accountant qualification with us. Prior to his learning journey, Oliver had never worked in an office or a role that required the professionalism of an Assistant Accountant.

Oliver’s first few weeks were a challenge as he had to adapt to a new way of working as well as presenting himself in a professional manner. In addition to this, for the most part the qualification consisted of work that was brand new to him. This required hard work and perseverance to be successful and learn new skills and apply them to his role. He has matured, become more responsible and even more determined to become a success in the future.

The development of Oliver’s skills in his workplace have been enhanced and supported by his studies. The content was often challenging, especially on new topics, but Oliver’s motivation and drive to become successful and progress has helped him to achieve a well deserved Distinction in both his qualification and apprenticeship. He has gone from being a young man mastering turning up to work on time, dressed appropriately, to a valued member of the accounting team at Gleeson Homes.

Since completing his qualification with Geason Training, Oliver has continued his accountancy studies and is due to begin a new role with his employer as a Trainee Assistant Management Accountant.

Oliver said:

My learning experience has been great which is reflected in my grade. Whenever I needed help or a further explanation my tutor was helpful and approachable. I have learned how to handle problems more maturely, consider options before reaching a conclusion and have become a better learner overall.