Student Stories Blog


Human Resources

CIPD Student Stories: Anika Parmar | CIPD Level 3 Review

ICS Real Stories: Penny | Online AAT Bookkeeping Review

Penny Bennet is studying AAT Level 2 Bookkeeping so she can help out her husband who runs his own business, here she reviews her experience of studying online.

ICS Learn Case Study: PwC | Online CIPD Courses

Mariyana Garabetova is an HR Consultant with PwC; she undertook an online Level 7 CIPD qualification to formalise her substantial HR experience.

ICS Learn Case Study: Springfield Healthcare | Online CIPD Courses

As an HR Administrator with Springfield Healthcare, Alice Grant uses newly found CIPD knowledge to advise managers and create new reward management schemes.

ICS Real Stories: Charlene | Online GCSE Maths Review

Twenty years after failing her exam, Charlene decided to study GCSE Maths online and this time she passed!

ICS Real Stories: Lucy | Online CIPS Level 4 Review

Lucy Twemlow chose to study the CIPS Level 4 Diploma online as a flexible way to expand her knowledge and experience in Procurement and Supply.

ICS Learn Case Study: Itad Ltd

HR Advisor with Itad Ltd, Jane Stanton, studied two of our CIPD courses. She was able to study around her schedule, without disruption to her working week.

ICS Learn Case Study: Shetland Islands Council | Online CIPD Courses

As a Workforce Development Administrator with Shetland Islands Council, Leona Mullay took an online CIPD course to upskill and handle new challenges at work.

ICS Learn Case Study: StepChange | Online CIPD Courses

Kirsty Opperman, Learning and Development Advisor at StepChange, built her confidence, knowledge and key skills through studying a CIPD Level 3 online with us.

ICS Real Stories: Dee | Online GCSE English Review

Studying in a classroom was too distracting for Dee, but after studying IGCSE English Language online with us she managed to pass with an amazing grade 8!

ICS Real Stories: Faye | Online AAT Bookkeeping Review

Faye Dixon found our online AAT Bookkeeping course a simple and flexible way to start her career in finance without giving up her full-time job.