Wasn't 'Bristol Ground School' was it?
I lost a bit of money to them. Stood me in good stead to spot a bigger rip-off coming from elsewhere though.
They used to do an ATPL bridging course for ex-military pilots and you could credit your military flying hours and experience to your licence application. Basically I got a free ATPL(H) on the basis of my Lynx hours (multi-engine, multi-crew and Master Green instrument rating) all paid for by the MoD.
Some years later some RAF high-ups in 22 Gp put a stop to the accreditation scheme as they felt too many RAF pilots were leaving and walking straight into BA or Virgin.
I know an ex-RAF guy with over 3,000 hours on Tornados who had to go through the full PPL/CPL/MEIR route to get a civvy licence (at his own expense). Wheareas I got my ATPL(H) by doing a couple of exams and a type rating.