First Intuition shortlisted for 9 PQ Magazine Awards!

21st April 2021

First Intuition are delighted to announce that they have been shortlisted across 9 award categories at the PQ Magazine Awards 2021!

It has been a challenging year for us all, but they believe this reflects FI’s hard work and dedication in continuing to deliver first-class learning and support for everyone in the accounting community.

The awards they have been shortlisted for are:

  • Private Sector College of the Year – First Intuition
  • Online Accountancy College of the Year – First Intuition Distance Learning
  • Study Resource of the Year – Free AAT revision sessions
  • Innovation in Accountancy – AATitude Accountancy Festival
  • Best use of Social Media – First Intuition Distance Learning
  • Mentor/Training Manager of the Year – Jon Block
  • Accountancy Personality of the Year – Kelley O’Donovan
  • Accountancy Apprentice of the Year – Amy St Romaine
  • PQ of the Year – Noah Davis

They are so proud to be nominated across so many categories. Fingers crossed they can bring home an award on the night!

The PQ Magazine Awards take place online on Thursday 29th April at 7pm.  The event will be open and available to everyone. Register on Eventbrite here.

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