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Training Qualifications


Prior to 2000 my 20yr career was in the field of finance and the administration of Company Pensions, leading to managing a team. In this time I undertook many presentations and training sessions to large and small audiences accross the uk. I assumed the role of L&D Manager in 2000 for a Consultancy.

I am confident in my ability but would be keen to gain formal recognition.

I have time and resource (no grant available) constraints so personal development and networking thus far have been minimal.

Personal time for study is difficult because of family and voluntary work committmenmts.

The advice given to others has been most helpfull, thought I would welcome any feedback taking into account the constraints above.

Simon David

2 Responses

  1. Vocational qualifications
    Have you considered doing the appropriate NVQ qualification which is worked based. I know that they may have had a bad reputation in the past, but that is in the past, especially as managers are starting to recognise that they need actual competence evidence about their staff or risk prosicution if things go wrong.


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