One hundred of our staff have been honoured at an event following the successful completion of their vocational qualifications.
Scotland’s largest health board saw 52 members of staff earn SVQs across a range of services including:
Thirty-nine members of staff were awarded the ILM Level 3 award in Leadership and Management, and an additional nine staff gained their European Computer Driving Licence.
Anne MacPherson, director of HR and Organisational Development, NHSGGC, said: “Today is about celebrating the achievements of this group of staff and recognising the hard work, commitment and the enthusiasm with which they have approached both their ongoing skills development and duties.
“This has been another exceptional year in the standard of commitment and enthusiasm from our staff and I was delighted to honour 100 of them here today.
“It is a great privilege for us to be able to support the development of careers and provide the opportunity to put talents to use in delivering a high standard of service for the benefit of our patient population.
“I firmly believe that by investing time and training in our staff throughout their careers, we are building on an already highly skilled workforce.”
Hosted at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital’s Teaching & Learning building, the event was attended by healthcare staff and members of the board’s Learning and Education team.