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Celebrating Staff Achievements at Bank of St Helena Ltd

Auriel Williams

Isabel Winfield

Julie-Marie Yon

Bank of St Helena Ltd is committed to the professional development of its staff members and is pleased to announce the certifications awarded to employees in their various professional fields.

Auriel Williams (Teller Supervisor) has successfully obtained a Level 3 Leadership and Management qualification with the Institution of Leadership and Management (ILM). The qualification has equipped Auriel with the added knowledge of successfully leading and managing her team.

Isabel Winfield (Lending Services Manager), Julie-Marie Yon (Assistant Lending Services Manager) and Alberta Knipe (Lending Clerk) have successfully completed a Level 3 Diploma in Banking with South London College in the UK. This Diploma has enhanced their knowledge of Banking including areas such as: the principles of banking and the context of banking within the financial system; regulations and banking prudential requirements and the concept of risk and the importance of evaluating and mitigating risk.

Merle Peters (Human Resources and Customer Services Manager) has achieved a Level 5 CIPD Intermediate Diploma in Human Resource Practice. This Diploma has validated and enhanced Merle’s skills and knowledge of fundamental HR and the role it plays in organisational strategy. This achievement also affords Merle the designation of Associate of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.

Michelle Knipe (Human Resources and Customer Services Assistant) has achieved a CIPD Foundation Level 3 Diploma in Human Resource Practice and is now an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. This Diploma has given Michelle an insight into HR issues relating to individual, team and organisational development, and how HR activities support an organisation’s strategy and assists the achievement of business objectives.

Bank Managing Director, Joey George said:

“I am extremely proud of each and every member of staff who steps up to the challenge of working towards personal and professional development. It is not easy endeavouring to balance work and family commitments along with finding time for personal study, but this group of ladies along with a number before, and a number who are still studying, have shown they have what it takes.  You are all role models and an inspiration to others to follow.”

Bank of St Helena Ltd offer their congratulations to Auriel, Isabel, Julie-Marie, Alberta, Merle and Michelle on their achievements.

Alberta Knipe

Merle Peters

Michelle Knipe