Stuart has almost two decades of experience in finance. He has spent a large proportion of this time training people for recognised professional qualifications and offering related development training to management and staff at all levels.
Stuart studied Management Sciences at UMIST before beginning his career as a Chartered Accountant with PriceWaterhouseCoopers. He gained experience working with a range of clients from sole traders to large multinationals in financial services, manufacturing, publishing, health and education sectors.
Stuart formed an enthusiasm for training within PwC, and subsequently joined BPP Professional Education, one of Europe’s leading training providers. He is currently a director of The Company and manages our training programmes and associates.
Over the years, Stuart has taught thousands of trainee accountants to pass their professional exams for the ICAEW, ICAS, ACCA, CIMA, AAT and CAT qualifications. He has also helped thousands of qualified accountants keep up to date and meet their CPD qualifications.
In addition, Stuart has helped many people from non-finance backgrounds to understand financial matters.
Stuart offers traditional training, facilitated workshops, simulations, e-learning as well as individual and small team finance coaching.
Stuart has designed numerous finance training courses, both face-to-face and using e-learning technology. He has authored exams, audio guides, podcasts, training videos. He is the author of ‘Finance Basics’ (Collins ‘Business Secrets’ series) and a co-author of ‘Dragons’ Den: Grow Your Business: How to expand from small to big’, which supported the latest BBC series of Dragons’ Den.
Stuart advises the board of one the UK’s top Accounting Institutes.
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Stuart is a certified NLP practitioner under a programme approved by John Grinder the co-developer of NLP He continues to study NLP and maintains a keen interest in behavioural economics lateral thinking memory and learning techniques