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Foodbank staff receives RPL accreditation from SCLAA

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article image (L – R) Ashley Hoyle, Foodbank, Matthew Tenkate, Operations Manager, Major Training Group and Timothy Hill, Foodbank

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The Supply Chain and Logistics Association of Australia , Queensland Division presented two Foodbank staff members with RPL accreditation certifications during the charity dinner at the 2012 Queensland Supply Chain and Logistics Conference held recently.
SCLAA is a strong advocate of industry gaining accredited qualifications in their fields of expertise. Major Training Group recently offered to assess staff at Foodbank, the SCLAA nominated charity for the state. General Manager at Foodbank, Ken McMillan identified two of his most experienced employees to undergo the Recognition of Prior Learning process or RPL.
In just one month, Foodbank’s Operations Manager, Ashley Hoyle, and Office Manager, Timothy Hill have had their experience on the job assessed and were issued with nationally accredited certificates in Warehousing.

The SCLAA, QLD Division thanks Transform for their support, and Major Training Group for donating their time and expertise to make this possible for Ashley and Timothy.

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