In the space of just seven days, education technology company Mindful Education has won two awards for its blended learning professional courses delivered in partnership with UK colleges.

The first award win came at the Learning Excellence Awards 2021 in the Design, Content Creation and Video category, with the judges commenting that:

“The calibre of entries was high; the diversity of entries was exciting; the breadth of companies submitting entries was inspiring”.

A week later, Mindful Education then took home Best Study Resource for their AAT Level 3 Advanced Diploma course at the annual PQ Magazine Awards, which recognise the very best learners, practitioners and providers in accountancy training.

Congratulations Mindful Education on taking the partnership concept to new heights. We know how hard you have been working to ensure AAT students can continue their journey. Offering the level 3 course, free of charge, to 144 colleges in the first lockdown and benefiting 3,000 students. Well done Mindful Education…an absolute worthy winner.

Graham Hambly

Editor of PQ magazine

Commenting on the two award wins, Mark Mckenna, Mindful Education’s founder and Managing Director said:

It’s wonderful to win both of these awards.

The education landscape has changed dramatically in response to the pandemic and it’s clear that the demand for high-quality blended learning solutions is growing rapidly, with both learners and employers wanting a combination of high-quality online learning and engaging face-to-face classes.

We take great care and pride in the quality of our course design, video content and technology, so it’s fantastic for our team to be doubly recognised. We’ll continue to focus on new ways for our courses and apprenticeships to meet the needs of learners and employers during 2021 and beyond.

Mark McKenna

Founder at Mindful Education

Mindful Education partners with more than 55 colleges across the UK to deliver media-rich professional courses in accounting, management, law and human resources, delivering learning to thousands of students.