Hallmark achieves prestigious Princess Royal Training Awards standard

18th August, 2023

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Princess Training Award

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We at Hallmark Care Homes are thrilled to have been awarded a Princess Royal Training Award from HRH The Princess Royal and City and Guilds, recognising our exceptional commitment to learning and development.

HRH The Princess Royal, President of the City and Guilds of London Institute, has approved 53 Awards to a range of organisations across the UK and Ireland, for their outstanding training and skills development programmes, all of which have shown a significant positive impact on their organisation and people.

Now in its eighth year, The Princess Royal Training Awards continue to honour organisations showing exceptional commitment to learning and development.

Talent Development Manager, AnnMarie Duggan said: “We are thrilled that our ‘leading in an empowered organisation’ training programme has been recognised to be outstanding with the receipt of a Princess Royal Training Award. The concept was brought to life through the dedication and inspiration of many departments across the business working together to deliver a positive impact for residents, team members and Hallmark”

Kirstie Donnelly MBE, Chief Executive of City & Guilds said: “It’s encouraging to see such a diverse range of employers continuing to apply for a Princess Royal Training Award. Despite the obvious challenges in recent years, they have shown unwavering dedication to nurturing their workforce through outstanding training and skills development, resulting in a lasting positive impact.

“As skills shortages and job vacancies rise, investing in training and development can help to increase productivity and harness and retain talent for future growth. Not only is this good for business and the workforce – it is also beneficial for wider society and contributes to thriving local economies. These organisations exemplify the transformative power of investing in people, and we are honoured to celebrate their accomplishments.”