London Academy of Trading (LAT) has been named ‘Trading Academy of the Year’ for the second consecutive year by the London Prestige Awards.
LAT was recognised for its commitment to making financial trading education as accessible as possible while adapting to the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. LAT was also noted as providing a wide selection of courses that cater to students with varying levels of financial trading knowledge to further hone their skills for personal and professional purposes.
The London Prestige Awards celebrates small and medium-sized enterprises consisting of businesses that have thrived in their highly competitive community and have proven their success during the past 12 months.
Shortlisted finalists were judged on a range of different factors including service excellence, industry recognition, employee satisfaction, marketing and branding, and ethical practice.
Commenting on the award, Paddy Osborn, Academic Dean at LAT, said: “We are delighted to have been named ‘Trading Academy of the Year’ once again. This is great news for us at LAT following a very challenging 2020. When the COVID lock-down first hit in March 2020, we quickly adapted the delivery of our programmes to 100% online, with several hours a day of live, interactive webinars and analysis sessions.
“We’ve been thrilled with the positive feedback received from students, and this award recognises the continued hard work and dedication of our academic team, as well as the flexibility of our students. Providing a first-class student experience is at the heart of everything we do, so it is great to be recognised and appreciated for this approach.”
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