Steps’ work to provide tailored, personalized education and employment training to young neurodivergent people has been recognised at a prestigious award ceremony.
The PIEoneer Awards celebrates innovation and achievement in global education. Steps came highly commended in the Employability international impact award category.
PIEoneer Awards judge, Suryani Halim from Universitas Ciputra in Indonesia said:
“A tremendous progress of innovation happened with our PIE finalists this year.
“I’ve found many interesting breakthroughs for helping international students get their dream to study with global universities.
“Empowerment of global students in work industries is very important for each country’s future.”
Max Simpson, Steps CEO, said: “It’s an honour to see our work listed alongside so many incredible global players in education. Congratulations to all of the winners.”