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Putting the Quality Back into Qualifications!

Putting the Quality Back into Qualifications!

“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.” Martin Luther King, Jr.

I have been asked to produce my certificates for a provisional contract and as I looked through them I took a walk down memory lane.

One of my reflections was looking with pride at my Nursery Nursing Examination Board (NNEB) Nursery Nursing Certificate. How at the time completing and achieving this qualification meant so much to me! I still have the exam paper from 1989. If you would like a copy, please contact me.

I left school at 16 with hardly any qualifications. I was dyslexic and this condition was rarely picked up during the late seventies and early eighties. I always knew that I had a learning challenge; I only had this officially recognised six years ago.

When I left school I worked in a busy solicitors’ office, as a clerk typist, and enjoyed my […]