Freedom Leisure

“As a national business with over 4,000 employees in all areas, we need teaching that is flexible, accessible and of a high standard to meet the needs of our diverse workforce. TEA founder, Danielle, goes above and beyond to deliver. I would warmly recommend her corporate services.”

Sarah Thake
Training Manager, Freedom Leisure


“We wanted our staff to qualify as Teachers, Assessors and Internal Quality Assurers and were looking for someone who would understand our business and our students and could work with us to achieve this.

Danielle and the Teaching Entrepreneur Association were recommended to us by someone who had been taught by Danielle previously, so we got in touch and were really impressed by the standard of teaching, support and development that our staff received.

We particularly liked the way Danielle went above and beyond the remit of the courses, as we had an Ofsted inspection in the middle of the training, and Danielle supported us with that, and I’m pleased to say we were judged to be ‘Outstanding’. I would thoroughly recommend Danielle and the Teaching Entrepreneur Association to anyone, for her approachable, fun and engaging ways of teaching, learning and assessment. “

Rob Marsh
CEO, YMCA West Kent

IRRV – London

“The group looked forward to each day! Learnt so much”

Gary L Watson IRRV (Hons)
Deputy Chief Executive, Institute of Revenues Rating and Valuation

“I thought it was excellent! Thorough, well planned very knowledgeable teacher. Fun and engaging, lots of actitivities to accommodate al learner’s needs. The TEA site is so useful for resources and I love the videos, a real bonus to the course and to use after it.”

Sue Williams-Lee IRRV (Hons)
Head of Educational Services

“Danielle was always available to guide me in the right direction and suggest what tools I could use.
It’s made me feel really empowered to know that I had someone I could fall back on at any time if I needed some advice, and the explanations given were very easy to understand and easy to convert.”

– Richard Cammerano