Eton Institute, the largest training centre in the UAE, has proved once again its dedication in providing high quality training by reaching yet another milestone and achieving the City & Guilds Approved Centre status. It was only in April that the Institute was awarded the internationally recognised accreditation by EAQUALS, joining a select few language schools around the world that conform to the highest standard of quality in language training and becoming the first in the UAE to offer internationally accredited courses in over 100 languages.
Sue Brett, the Head of Academic Studies at Eton Institute commented: “We are extremely pleased and proud to have received a second International recognition this year. It is a tremendous achievement for us as an Institute and we are proud to be leading the way in providing the highest standard of quality in training and unmatched support for our students.” She added, “By becoming a City and Guilds approved centre we are now able to offer an even wider range of internationally recognized qualifications which will benefit the learning community.”
As a City & Guilds Approved Training Centre, Eton Institute now offers unique training solutions to meet business needs across a range of industries including Education, Hospitality, Banking, Oil & Gas and Retail. Individuals as well as employees of Businesses in the UAE can now gain vocational qualifications which are recognized by employers worldwide and provide an immediate edge over the competition. They would also benefit from receiving two certificates at the end of the training, one from Eton Institute and other from City & Guilds adding even more value to their newly acquired qualifications.
Julie Cape, the Quality Manager for City & Guilds in the Middles East said: “City & Guilds are delighted to approve Eton Institute as one of our International centres for the UAE. We wish them every success with their new qualifications and we look forward to a long and professional working relationship. City & Guilds recognises that their new addition of the English Language teacher qualification will help to raise the standard of quality language training for the region.”