Dee Clayton, Simply Amazing Training

Gold and silver award-winners!

An award-winning end to 2017 with a gold international award and a silver national award.

Marion Hewitt was awarded the Continuous Professional Development (CPD) Coach of the Year Award at the TCA International Coaching Awards. And on December 1st, Simply Amazing Training took silver at The SME National Business Awards. Although we were pipped to the post for first place, we were thrilled to come second out of 13 finalists and to be acknowledged for showing “outstanding initiative” and “sound management practices.” You can read about all the other awards we have won here.

Simply Amazing Training founder, Dee Clayton, says of the recent wins: “It is great to have all our hard work and success recognised in this way. I’ve been developing my innovative and fun presentation skills training for the past decade, and I’m glad that other people see the value in my unique monkey taming approach for dealing with public speaking fear. But it’s not just about self-gratification – these awards are a positive thing for our clients too. They can be confident that their trainers have comprehensive skills, continuously updated knowledge, and new ways to support clients to reach their goals.”

If you know someone who would like to join our award-winning team, we are currently expanding the business nationwide. We are licensing other trainers to join us and use the Simply Amazing Training monkey taming approach. We are currently looking for licensee trainers in Reading, Southampton and Hertfordshire so please contact us for more information. As a licensee, you could earn extra money alongside your main job or work on a flexible, part-time basis.

We hope to continue this run of success into 2018 and beyond!

Dee Clayton

Posted by Dee Clayton on 13 Dec 2017

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