Academy of Business Leaders becomes sole distributor of BPP material in Malta

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UK-based legal education provider BPP has chosen Malta’s Academy of Business Leaders as the exclusive distributor of its educational materials in the island nation, according to a press statement sent to Business Malta.

BPP has operated for 40 years and has continuously improved its educational material with the support of 80,000 learners and 7,000 businesses from 170 countries, the provider says. As the publishing arm, Learning Media is an approved content provider of professional bodies such as the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) and the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) among others, BPP says.

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“This is a very exciting development for the Academy of Business Leaders. BPP is a global leader in education and we are very pleased to represent them locally,” said Morgan Parnis, CEO of Business Leaders Malta—the operator of the Academy of Business Leaders.

“Delivering an outstanding educational experience to students, tutors and learning partners alike is a quality we’ve always upheld here at the Academy of Business Leaders, so it’s truly an honour to have been selected by such a prestigious organisation to be the exclusive distributor of its world-class education material on the Maltese islands”, Mr Parnis added.

“We are very pleased to be working with the Academy of Business Leaders in Malta to continue to support both students and tuition providers in the Maltese market. When looking for a business to represent BPP in the market we wanted to ensure that their values and behaviours were aligned to our own and the Academy of Business Leaders demonstrated this clearly,” said Barry Hall-Raine, BPP’s Head of Global Tuition Provider Solutions.

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“We are confident that through their strong track record, effective processes and commitment to the Professional Education Market in Malta that we in conjunction with the Academy of Business Leaders will continue to be able to provide students and tuition providers with quality content and resources and look forward to developing our relationship further,” Mr Hall-Raine added.

The Academy of Business Leaders was launched in 2013, and today offers accredited courses in leadership and management, coaching and mentoring, marketing, human resources, employment law and finance. Recently, the Academy of Business Leaders was also awarded the Gold ACCA Learning Partner status.

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