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Saffery Champness retains STEP Platinum Employer status

Saffery Champness retains STEP Platinum Employer status

Wednesday 20 March 2019

Saffery Champness retains STEP Platinum Employer status

Wednesday 20 March 2019

Saffery Champness Registered Fiduciaries has retained its Society of Trust and Estate Practitioner’s (STEP) Platinum Employer Partner status.

The accreditation is part of STEP’s Employer Partnership Programme, which is designed to help employers of STEP students and members to plan and deliver the best possible learning experience.

Saffrey Champness initially achieved Platinum Employer status - the highest level achievable - in 2015. The renewal demonstrates how Saffery Champness has continued to meet the standards required by STEP at any given level, and how the firm has built on its learning and development programme. It also evidenced the firm’s learning and development training policy, the personal development training programme for each STEP member and student, as well as an appraisal document for those obtaining a STEP qualification.

“Saffery Champness is definitely an ‘early adopter’ and a very valued partner with excellent provision for staff. They sailed through the accreditation and renewal processes, which is not always the case,” said Jenni Hutchinson, Head of Employer Partnerships at STEP.

The process was led by Saffery Champness director and STEP member, Lisa Vizia.

“As part of our firm’s key strategic objectives we recognise the need for well-trained employees and having the opportunity to develop their professional skills is a key source of motivation at our firm,” said Miss Vizia.

“Through high quality structured training and development practices, procedures and effective communication, we are committed to providing learning and development opportunities for our staff. This accreditation assists us in ensuring that our training and development continues to meet a global, best practice benchmark.”

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