1. Lena Read, Head of Academic Studies Ealing, Hammersmith & West London College
    I have known Sonia Leeyou and Tristan Callaghan for over fifteen years. They are both experienced lecturers who have delivered Level 4 provision at Ealing Hammersmith & West London College for over a decade. Student feedback has always been very positive. In my experience as Head of Faculty of Academic Studies, both Sonia and Tristan are individuals of immense integrity, who have always set themselves very high standards. They are committed and dedicated to ensuring that students receive outstanding teaching and learning and that quality assurance processes are implements and managed in line with the relevant awarding body guidelines.
  2. Lynn Vickery, Senior Lecturer (Housing Studies) London Southbank University
    Anthropi Training Ltd has an experienced team providing university level teaching and who are in touch with the increasing demands of the housing profession. I can wholeheartedly endorse the level 4 which will equip students to develop their careers and provide a stepping stone to higher education in housing, if students so wish. The Anthropi team are providing relevant and dynamic forms of delivery that are well suited to the needs of students.
  3. Paul Allen, Senior Team Manager, Housing Assessment team, Harrow Council
    Having worked within housing for 4 years, as a Homelessness Assessment Officer for Harrow Council, I wanted to broaden my knowledge of housing and gain a nationally recognised housing qualification. The 2 year HNC Housing Studies course at Hammersmith College, which covered all aspect of housing, was available and after gaining permission from my employer I applied and was accepted onto course starting in September 2009. I enjoyed all aspects of the course and gained knowledge from of all the modules that were covered, particularly those related to housing management, construction, finance and strategy. Having a variety of specialist lecturers kept things fresh and I found the assignments and exams challenging. The course was well run by course leader Sonia Leeyou, who I found to be very supportive and encouraging. Having completed the course, I have a greater overall understanding of housing which I have been able to put to good use at work. Since completing the HNC Housing Studies course I have been promoted to a management position within the Housing Needs Team and I certainly feel that completing the course, opened up opportunities for me to both advance and develop as a housing professional.
  4. Jackie Connor, Area Housing Manager, A2 Dominion Housing Group
    Sonia and Tristan were my lecturers for the HNC Housing programme at Hammersmith and West London College. The HNC course met a personal academic need. I was out of touch with studying. However the course enabled me to have confidence to achieve excellent writing skills and able to study and produce quality assignments. The Course has not only expanded my knowledge in Housing considerably but allowed me to contribute further to my Company's performance objectives.