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About this provider

Reed Business School, founded in 1972, is a specialist provider of financial training, with apprenticeship pathways in Audit, Tax, Management Consulting and Management Accounting, aimed at enabling entry to these professions. We are located in the picturesque heart of the Cotswolds, away from the hustle and bustle of the city and usual distractions of a working environment, which allows apprentices to really focus on their training. Carefully managed class sizes and excellent access to professional, expert tutors mean our apprentices receive the personal attention they often miss with larger providers, allowing them to flourish and increase their chances of success.

What employers are saying

Based on 3 reviews from employers that work with this training provider.

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Overall rating from October 2018 to now

  • Excellent 3 out of 3 reviews
  • Good 0 out of 3 reviews
  • Poor 0 out of 3 reviews
  • Very poor 0 out of 3 reviews


  • Communication with employers (3)
  • Adapting to my needs (2)
  • Training facilities (2)
  • Getting new apprentices started (1)
  • Providing the right training at the right time (1)

Things to improve

  • Getting new apprentices started (1)
  • Reporting on progress of apprentices (1)

2 Apprenticeships offered

Apprenticeship Type Level View details
Accountancy Taxation Professional Standard 7 Details
Professional accounting / taxation technician Standard 4 Details

Contact details

Phone number:
01608 674224

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Explain levels

Apprenticeships are set at different levels of difficulty from the equivalent of GCSE (level 2) up to postgraduate (level 7)

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