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We are very proud to have hosted our first Commonwealth Professional Fellow, Liz Terry from Jamaica, in February and March 2015; funded through the Commonwealth Scholarships Commission.

The Commonwealth Scholarships Commission (CSC) contributes to the UK’s international development aims and wider overseas interests, supporting excellence in UK higher education, and sustains the principles of the Commonwealth.

As part of this work, the CSC funds Commonwealth Professional Fellowships. These Commonwealth Professional Fellowships support mid-career professionals from developing Commonwealth countries to spend a period of time with a UK host organisation working in their field for a programme of professional development.

Programmes must have demonstrable development impact in the Fellow’s home country and the Fellow must be able to show how the knowledge and skills they will gain during the Fellowship will be disseminated after their return home.

You can read more about Commonwealth Professional Fellowships here:
http://cscuk.dfid.gov.uk/apply/professional-fellowships/

With our assistance as a host organisation Liz was able to obtain this prestigious award, which fully funded her visit to the UK. Her plans to develop schemes for at-risk youth in Jamaica, and to make a difference in her home country, inspired us especially considering that they will all be driven personally by Liz from concept through to delivery whilst still carries out her important role as a Special Projects Manager for the National Training Agency.

As the host organisation we arranged a programme of focused developmental visits with other relevant organisations, such as The Princes Trust, for Liz to gain the experience and knowledge needed to turn her plans into reality. Liz also benefitted personally and professionally by participating in our Business and Leadership Programme (Link to that page on site) that was specifically designed to meet her objectives. Now that Liz has returned home, we continue to support her in the ongoing development of her projects in Jamaica.

You can read more about Liz Terry’s visit and her daily blog on our sister company website:
http://thetayloredlifecompany.com/nlp-fellowship-liz-terry-brings-nlp-back-to-jamaica/

 

 

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