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Trade body will no longer accredit courses or provide diplomas to T2G students

TIGA cuts ties with Train2Game

TIGA has terminated its relationship with distance learning provider Train2Game.

The industry trade body will no longer accredit any Train2Game courses or award TIGA diplomas to students studying there. It has also ceased acting as an external examiner for T2G tests and will no longer promote its courses or qualifications.

Train2Game is no longer permitted to use TIGA’s name in relation to its courses, or imply that it endorses them.

The trade body has pledged to continue playing an active role in education in the UK despite the announcement.

No clear reason was given for the decision to cut ties with Train2Game. We have reached out to TIGA for comment.

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