Cardiff-based legal training provider, Altior, has recently been crowned the ‘Training Team of the Year’ at the inaugural Wales Legal Awards.
Altior was up against tough competition for the award including Helen Iles Ltd and Morgan La Roche Solicitors, but came out on top to win the Training Team of the Year award sponsored by Swansea Law.
With a core team of 15 and 60+ active trainers operating across the UK, Altior maintains a people-focused approach to all elements of its training, striving to meet the evolving needs of those operating within the legal industry.
Speaking of the award, head of Altior, Jody Tranter said: “We are absolutely thrilled to be crowned the Training Team of the Year at the very first Wales Legal Awards. It’s a fantastic achievement to be recognised for the work that we do, and it’s even more satisfying that we’ve won this award in the year of our 40th birthday. I’m incredibly proud of our team and all that we have achieved so far this year – we certainly couldn’t do this without each and every member.
“The legal industry is continuously evolving and I firmly believe that what makes us stand apart as an organisation is that we work closely with firms and individuals to fully understand their training needs, creating a development plan that has a mixture of face-to-face and online learning and one that is best suited to them. We will continue to strive to deliver blended learning in this way, particularly as we look to launch additional courses in the coming months.”
Altior is a leading legal and professional services training provider. Based in Cardiff with courses delivered across the UK as well as online through its Live Online platform, it supports delegates and firms across all stages of development.