Flexibility and funding adds to training benefits, March 2020

A trail of awards for its tuition and its trainees is testament to the skills of Golding Computer Services, as featured in the latest edition of Business Intelligence, the official magazine of the Hull and Humber Chamber of Commerce.

The publication reports on the success of Di Garbera, a director of the business, as the holder of the 2019 International Association of Bookkeepers (IAB) Tutor of the Year award. Two years earlier Di trained young entrepreneur Aaron Conroy to the runner-up spot for the student award and this year Sarah Fenwick, co-founder with her partner Gareth Pennington of The Tree Fellas Hull Ltd, is hoping to go one better and take the top prize.

The roll of honour also includes IAB gold and silver awards and a double success with Sage Circle of Excellence recognition, but the company places greater importance on assisting clients rather than collecting accolades.

Di said: "It's always nice to do well in awards schemes because it adds up to official recognition that we are doing a good job. But what matters most is that our clients and their staff see the benefits by completing the courses and gaining the experience to help their businesses."

The magazine also highlights the strong track record built up by Goldings for helping candidates to achieve Level 1 and Level 2 qualifications in the International Association of Bookkeepers Computerised Accounting for Business courses.

Trainees and employers are attracted by the availability of distance learning, which enables them to fit studies around work duties, and by the fact that many courses can be fully-funded. The package also includes a free NUS discount card for 12 months, giving trainees the chance of big savings.

Di said: "The flexibility is a great benefit, and feedback from people who have passed indicates they made the most of it. Even those who are not particularly tech-savvy are comfortable with the system - if you can handle online shopping you can do this.

"The people who completed the course included finance and admin staff, sole traders, self-employed bookkeepers, contractors, managers interested in how Sage works, accountants and even directors.

"They are all small businesses which want cover for their finances in the event of staff absence and where the directors want to know more themselves about the procedures."

To find out more about the computerised accounting courses and funding eligibility contact Di at Golding Computer Services on Hull (01482) 328706, email di@gcs.ltd

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