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PQ Awards 2015: Meet finalist David Laws, lecturer at LSBF

PQ Awards 2015: Meet finalist David Laws, lecturer at LSBF

LSBF tutor David Laws has been shortlisted to receive the Private Sector Lecturer of the Year award in this year’s prestigious PQ Awards.

Held annually, the PQ Awards are organised by popular accountancy title PQ Magazine. They honour the best institutions, teachers, students and learning resources in the world of accountancy education.

Each nomination is carefully considered by five expert judges, resulting in five nominees making the shortlist for every category.

After studying at Hull, Washington State, and Oxford universities, David began his career as a school teacher. He has now been teaching ACCA and CIMA for 17 years and has taught in countries all around the world, from Kazakhstan to Mauritius.

Highly popular with LSBF students, David always goes above and beyond to ensure that every student he teaches fully understands the content of each paper and how best to answer the questions.

As well as lecturing, David has also written articles for CIMA’s student magazine, given ACCA P3 master classes at Central London Members Network and has trained KPMG personnel in London.

The ceremony will take place at the Café de Paris on 10 February.


LSBF has also been shortlisted in four other categories for the 2015 PQ Awards. Click here to see our full list of finalists.

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