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We are friendly - we now have centres across the world

AIM Awards is pleased to welcome Anglia Greater China as a new international centre for the full range of our ESOL International qualifications.

Across their network of schools and representatives they offer examinations for young learners, General Intermediate levels, higher levels and Business English. In addition to the Examinations, Anglia Greater China offers a wide range of English training resources, teacher training courses and qualification. These products and services are provided across China through regional and area offices in Beijing, Shanghai and Taipeii.

Members of the AIM Awards team met with David Clarkson, the Director of the network, earlier in the year in Chichester where they discussed the implementation of the new qualifications and plans for taking the new partnership forward.

Ben Rockliffe, Director of Business at AIM Awards, says:

“Following on from recent centre approvals in South America and Europe the Greater China network makes an exciting and valuable addition to our growing list of centres globally. We are looking forward to working with David and his team to recognising the achievement of learners and build recognition of our brand throughout the region. Learners will now have access to AIM Awards/Anglia Examinations certificate that will help them access the next stage in their academic journey or their dream job.”

David Clarkson from Anglia Greater China adds:

AIM Awards are a tremendously dedicated and committed organisation who have already shown a strong willingness  to adapt and serve new global markets with flexibility and speed which is essential for a fast developing region like Greater China. Their professional expertise in the field of accredited qualifications will bring far reaching benefits  to the Anglia partners and centres across China both in terms of  the quality and value of our ESOL examinations, our reputation, brand and practices and in the future the potential to offer other UK  accredited and recognised qualifications in China. 


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