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Our HR star graduates

Friday, 11 July 2014

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The HR team continues to go from strength to strength as Melanie Douglas graduates today, courtesy of CPL Training Group.

CPL has provided Mel with full sponsorship through her fast-track Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) Human Resource Management qualification, to become a full associate member of the CIPD.

Studying at Wirral Met, Mel has previously completed a CIPD certificate qualification in 2013 and following this intense eight month programme, plans to continue onto the post-graduate qualification in Human Resource Management (MSc) at LJMU later on this year.

Joining CPL in 2012 as PA to Daniel Davies, Mel was promoted to HR Administrator in May 2013, joining Lisa Graham (Group HR Manager) to form the brand new HR team. Over the past twelve months, she has gained invaluable hands on experience, to expand her knowledge and skills and has become a fully rounded member of the department.

Lisa commented 'It has been fantastic to see the professional growth and development of Mel in her new role over the last twelve months. HR is considered to be a dark art amongst the industry and she has proved to be a complete natural. Starting from scratch, we have focussed on a vast range of internal projects and although the learning curve has been steep, she has excelled in every area. She's an invaluable member of not only the team but the wider group and we will continue to support her to achieve all she is capable of.'

Well done Mel!