The 2020 Network takes a break from meeting during August. The break allows our members to take a well-earned break with their families and spend some time focusing on growing their business.
But not all our members took a break this summer. Three of our ladies were busy achieving great things. As a group, the 2020 Network is very proud of their achievements.
Tanya Simister, Total Justice Solutions
Having studied for 9 months, Tanya now holds a Diploma in Human Resource Management (QCF) Level 5, from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD). She is now officially an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.
Tanya, who already has a Masters degree in Employment Law, studied nine different modules for the Human Resources qualification including reward management, talent planning, and managing the HR function. Her qualification shows she has met all the professional standards required as an Associate of CIPD.
What a fantastic achievement!
Corinne Christou Cert CII, WPA Healthcare
At the start of 2017 Corinne set out on a mission to become a Member of the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII). In August, after an intense period of study and exams, she achieved her goal!
As a Member of the CII, Corinne is bound by insurance industry standards, giving her clients additional peace of mind that she has the most up-to-date knowledge of industry changes and guidelines. Corinne is excited by the opportunities for continuous training and development that come with her membership.
Well-done Corinne on gaining your hard-earned qualification!
Yvette Hastings, Novanutri
Yvette’s involvement with complementary medicine saw her nominated to become a Senior Associate Member of the Royal Society of Medicine.
Through her membership Yvette will gain access to medical innovations and global health events, briefings, networking, lectures, training, workshops, videos and a range of online learning materials. She is most looking forward to indulging in the thousands of medical journals held in the Royal Society library.