NHS Logistics Authority Celebrates

May 2002
Logistics & Transport Focus;May2002, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p84
Trade Publication
The NHS Logistics Authority celebrated a year of training success at its biggest ever annual awards ceremony held at its headquarters in Alfretron, Derbyshire. Chief Executive, Barry Mellor explained that there is much more than people passing the examinations. In celebrating their success, NHS Logistics Authority is giving public recognition to the students who are attaining management and professional qualifications. NHS Logistics' training portfolio is wide-ranging and extensive. The qualifications honored at the awards ceremony was the very important element of the NHS Logistics Authority's training and development strategy.


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