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17 gain PPA’s certificates through ContentETC

by on 18 Oct, 2013

A total of 17 journalists graduated with the Professional Publisher’s Association (PPA) certificates run by ContentETC and UEL this week.

The certificates are growing in popularity as a result of the association of ContentETC and the PPA.

Special rate at UEL

13 were from the University of East London.  The PPA has negotiated a special rate for the PPA’s professional certificate for UEL students.  I tutor the students in their final, hectic year.  And they won 5 distinctions, 7 merits and a pass.

Tommy Walthen getting his distinction in the PPA’s Porfessional Certificate through UEL.  Jim Douglas of Future on the left abnd Loraine Davies from the PPA on the right. Give him a job now!

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Two more outside UEL won the professional certificate: one of which, Declan Lynch, was able to attend the awards.

And two more won the foundation certificate through ContentETC.

Great chairing by Jim and Tim

The awards were well chaired by Jim Douglas, editorial director of Future Publishing, and Tim Danton of Dennis Publishing.

Give them a job

You employers out there, give them a job, if you have not already.  Here’s great talent willing to work.  Just so that you know who to contact, here’s the full list of the UEL certificate winners:

Surname 1st name email
Ali Binyamin
Atiemo Millisa
Critchell Matthew
Deacon Chris
Hardy Callum
Ouattara Aicha
Robinson Sally
Shaw Mary
Venus Connor
Wall Matthew
Wathen Tom
Winthrop Will
Woods Lucy

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