Jayne Edwards

April 2003
IT Training;Apr2003, p42
Trade Publication
Jayne Edwards is a training manager at HBOS PLC. During her study years, she has held various short-term posts including electoral registration clerk, parks recreation assistant, salesassistant and telephone sales lead generator. Her first full-time job was as an administrative post at Halifax Building Society during 1993-94. A year later, she joined the IT department in the same company. Since 1944, Edwards has been associated with the training department. In 2003, she won the IITT Training Manager of the year award. She feels that, as a person, she is very pragmatic and direct. Her husband is her inspiration. INSET: Career details.


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