Certificate of Attendance for Women in the Fire Service UK (WFS)

New dates announced for the Women In Fire Service ‘Choose to Challenge’ events for the 21st April, 13th May, and 9th June! Tickets available to book soon, visit www.wfs.org.uk for more information.

Here at SFJ Awards, we support a range of organisations, training providers and charities with Custom Certification to enhance and assure the quality of events and learning programmes, providing learners with a bespoke certificate for their Fire Service training. Since the outbreak of Covid-19, many charities and organisations have had to restructure a number of face to face events, to continue delivering exceptional learning and networking opportunities for their members and customers online.

We’re thrilled, through a close partnership, to be certificating an upcoming online event series being delivered by Women in the Fire Service UK (WFS) in February and March 2021. The exciting online series curated by the WFS team, called Choose to Challenge, is an interactive development session where organisers and attendees will reflect on some real-life scenarios relating to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI).

The Choose to Challenge workshops have been developed with middle managers in mind and is based around findings from the HMICFRS State of Fire report. Areas to be discussed include positive action, behaviours in the workplace, banter vs bullying, and impact assessments.

Through the SFJ Awards Custom Certification service, we are supporting the WFS and attendees of these upcoming workshops with a Certificate of Attendance. Each attendee will receive a Certificate after attending, as the solution is best suited for informal learning activities, programmes, and events. Our experienced team check that the events being delivered by WFS has definable aims and objectives which are suitable for all attendees.

Chair of Women in the Fire Service UK, Jules King added:

“We’re very happy to be supported by Candace Miller and the team at SFJ Awards through the provision of Certificates of Attendance for the first of our virtual events. Not only does it add value for attendees to have a nationally recognised awarding organisation provide certificates but also gives us the opportunity to form a new partnership with another not-for-profit organisation. It’s fantastic to collaborate with them at what is the beginning of our journey providing online events.”

Candace Miller, Managing Director at SFJ Awards added:

“At SFJ Awards, we are absolutely delighted to be supporting the WFS on these upcoming events, which are based on findings from important national evaluations and are designed to encourage greater understanding of equality, diversity and inclusion within the workforce. Enhancing the digital learning and assessment experience is a big focus for us this year. Our Custom Certification Service means that we can support organisations to add value to a range of learning and development processes delivered in a virtual world. We are certain that this Choose to Challenge event series will provide excellent support for managers in their efforts to build truly, positive and effective workplace cultures and are proud to be working with WFS to recognise the participation of attendees.”

Both the 16th February and 8th March event dates for the Choose to Challenge workshop are now fully booked.

Certificate of Attendance

Here at SFJ Awards, we understand that regulated qualifications may not always meet your needs, but you may still want to certify good practice to demonstrate that you provide quality, assured learning. Our Certificate of Attendance solution provides additional, value-adding recognition for a wide range of learning programmes, where no formal assessment is required.

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