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M2M2 has trained 9.4% of the British Army
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Friday July 7th, 2023

Report shows M2M2 has trained 9.4% of the British Army

M2M2’s work on the British Army Trainer Capability (ATC) programme has delivered more than 10,000 civilian qualifications to 8,000+ soldiers over the past five years, which equates to over 9.4% of the British Army, according to a new report.

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The report, an annual audit prepared by CDS DS, M2M2’s long-term partner on the ATC contract, also shows that in the year to March 2023, (year 5 of the contract) M2M2 successfully accredited 2377 trainers.


The audit also highlights M2M2 achievements including:


  • Completion rates rose 98.9% on the Level 3 (L3) Award in Education and Training.

  • A major investment in the M2M2 Academy – a bespoke learning platform.

  • A resource library of 62 resources aligned to L3 assessment criteria.

  • Direct claims status for quick and effective accreditation.


Initially classroom-based, the contract evolved throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, when M2M2’s flexible approach offered additional student support through a blend of webinars, one-to-one coaching, e-tutoring and e-learning centralised workshops.


The company’s Managing Director (Commercial), Tony Robinson, welcomed the report, saying: ‘The ATC contract enables new learners to achieve a Level 3 Award in Education and Training through City & Guilds as well as a suite of optional Level 3 to Level 7 Assessor and Coaching & Mentoring qualifications. We are delighted and honoured to have been able to help so many soldiers achieve qualifications that will stand them in great stead throughout their lives.’

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