Prepare to Achieve, a specialist End-Point Assessment Organisation have been named Best Health and Social Care EPA Organisation 2020 – England by Corporate Vision Magazine. The annual awards recognises, congratulates and celebrates those institutions, organisations and agencies who – leading the way with education and training.
After what has already been a successful year for Prepare to Achieve who have enjoyed significant growth, and invested in the development of a new bespoke digital End-Point Assessment (EPA) platform, this award really is the icing on the cake!
Employers and training providers looking to work with Prepare to Achieve at the final stages of the apprenticeship programme, can be certain that as a business, Prepare to Achieve stand out from the crowd. As industry leaders, they continue to keep one step ahead of their competition in order to deliver the best quality service for a simple EPA journey for everyone involved. The research team who made the final judgement on the winners of each category, took into consideration the online reputation, customer feedback, client dedication and innovation, all of which Prepare to Achieve illustrate through their company values and passion.
Lee Evans, CEO at Prepare to Achieve was delighted to receive the award, responding;
“As a specialist End-Point Assessment Organisation, we constantly have our eye on the end result and work hard to continually innovate our delivery. This approach helps to ensure that we provide an exceptional service to our apprentices and their employers and unwavering level of customer care.”
“Recognising the hard work of my team is something which I hold dear, but to have an external organisation recognise and award their hard work as well is even better!
The annual Education and Training Awards also recognised a number of education providers, Adult education institutions and Training centres. You can discover more of the award categories and winners on the Corporate Vision Magazine website.
Since being founded, Prepare to Achieve have continued to go from strength-the-strength. This was particularly evidenced during the recent lockdown when the specialist EPAO adapted their delivery quickly and seamlessly in order to continue to support their clients. This flexible approach resulted in over 150 apprentices via 39 employers being supported with throughout March-May alone. They now plan to build on their successes to-date by launching a new EPA platform and Apprentice Alumni in the coming moving, proving exactly why they deserve to be named Best Health and Social Care EPA Organisation.