LURGAN woman Sonia Jackson has had her professional training and development achievements recognised at a prestigious awards ceremony.
Sonia was one of 118 candidates across Northern Ireland who successfully completed Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) qualifications this year with DMS Ireland, 55 of whom had their achievements recognised at the annual awards event at Stormont Hotel, Belfast.
Sonia completed the Intermediate Diploma in Human Resource Management, Level 5 qualification.
Congratulating the award recipients on their achievements, Lynn Carson, Managing Director of DMS Ireland, said: “All of the award candidates are on a journey to achieve professional CIPD recognition. This requires a great deal of commitment and can often involve sacrificing personal time to complete personal reports and assignments. Balancing work, study and family can be a challenge and the awards are a fitting tribute to the dedication and commitment of individuals who have had to make sacrifices to achieve their goals. The team at DMS Ireland are delighted to have played a role in helping to achieve those goals and we offer our whole hearted congratulations to all of the award winners.”
Sponsors of the DMS awards included Specsavers Corporate Eyecare (Principal Sponsor), Diamond Recruitment Group, Graphite HRM, Capita, Pinsent Masons, University of Ulster Business School, Core Consulting, Hallmark Solutions and Morrow IT Solutions.