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Anglia Professional Training

Anglia Professional Training

APT is a wholly owned subsidiary company of Peterborough Regional College, based at Endeavour House in Peterborough, the Boathouse in Wisbech and Oakham Enterprise Park. All of these centres boast the latest industry facilities and software along with free on-site parking.

As a fully accredited AAT exam and study centre, APT is able to offer a full range of accountancy qualifications at all levels, from foundation level all the way up to technical level. Due to popular demand, APT are now also able to offer courses accredited with ILEX, CIMA and ACCA as well as the highly regarded HNC qualification in Business. Qualifications are delivered in Peterborough, Wisbech and Oakham. APT prides itself on excellent customer service standards and versatile but professional approach to training. The tutors are highly experienced in their specialist fields and dedicated to ensuring their students’ success.

APT recognises that formal qualifications and courses do not always meet the unique needs of individual businesses and, as part of its flexible and responsive approach to customers and employers, APT are more than happy to discuss any bespoke business requirements that you might have. APT offer a variety of delivery options when it comes to training, so that everyone has access to opportunities that can really help them succeed. From apprenticeship opportunities to evening courses; from extra revision sessions to Saturday exam sittings, there is something for everyone. So whether you are a prospective student, apprentice, employer or unemployed and looking to get a foot on the ladder, APT will give you the advice, support and training you need.

If you have any questions or would like to find out more about APT or its courses, please get in touch.

telephone 01733 268199


 Rutland Adult Learning Partnership

Rutland Adult Learning and Skills Service (RALSS)

Peterborough Regional College are working in partnership with Rutland County Council to deliver apprenticeship programmes and adult learning in the Stamford and Rutland Area.

We have a growing range of courses and are interested to know of any additional programmes that individuals would like to study in Rutland.

If you are interested in part-time learning, applying for an apprenticeship or you are an employer who would like to take on an apprentice or would like a training programme developed to meet your specific needs please contact Tracey Bedford or Fiona Arnold.

telephone 01572 758283

The Rutland Adult Learning and Skills Service (RALSS) in Partnership with Peterborough Regional College is based at the Oakham Enterprise Park, Ashwell, Oakham LE15 7TU.


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Nene Park Trust

Peterborough Regional College is developing partnership work with Nene Park Trust.
Looking to link into the exciting opportunities which stem from their new Master Plan.
Their main objective ”To improve the lives of the people of Peterborough” links well with the college’s mission of “Raise Aspiration Realise Potential and Inspire Success”.
A long term aim is to develop formal learning on the Nene Park Trust site.

The links to the college’s provision and growth plans will enhance the aspirations of both organisations.


Peterborough Plus project – eMploY-ABILITY

Peterborough Regional College is delighted to announce that we are a partner in the £1m Peterborough Plus project eMploY-ABILITY

The funding has been awarded through Building Better Opportunities (BBO), a programme funded by the European Social Fund (ESF) and Big Lottery fund aiming to tackle the poverty and social exclusion faced by the most disadvantaged people in England.

Peterborough Plus, a partnership of over 40 voluntary and community organisations, will be delivering a programme of support called ‘eMploY-ABILITY’. The programme will support a significant number of those furthest from the labour market back into work by offering innovative, personalised support with a tailored package of barrier busting interventions, designed and commissioned with participants.

For more information on the project please see the Peterborough Plus website

or the Big Lottery website

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