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A Monumental Year!

AIM releases Impact Report for 2022 – 2023

At November's Empowering Futures Conference and Awards, Group CEO Kevern Kerswell unveiled this year’s 'Impact Report' showcasing AIM’s exceptional achievements over the last 12 months.


Speaking at the conference, Kevern said “We have so much to share with you about our incredible year and the exceptional achievements that AIM providers and learners have accomplished. We are proud of the role we play within the wider education and skills sector to give young people and adults the best possible opportunity to build successful careers and lives.”

Over 200 people attended the conference and received a copy of the Impact Report, the first of its kind since the merger between Open College Network West Midlands and AIM in September 2022.

“I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone mentioned in the Impact Report for their continued support to create and deliver the best possible qualifications, apprenticeship standards, bespoke accreditation and Quality Mark service to learners nationally and internationally” Kevern added.

Hard copies of the Impact Report are available by contacting or you can view a digital version here.

FAB Awards

AIM’s incredible year was also recognised by FAB, the Federation of Awarding Bodies, where AIM was a finalist in four of the 11 categories, including the coveted ‘Awarding Organisation of the Year’ award, and winners of the Learner of the Year Award (Emma McNaught), and AO/Employer Relationship of the Year (Home Group). For more information see our news item.

The FAB Awards recognises the contributions made by awarding organisations and their employees to education and skills in the UK over the past year. It’s the pinnacle awards ceremony, celebrating a world-class sector that issued more than 10 million certifications last year.

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