Trina Channing-Rudd achieves IoD Full Member status
13 December 2018
We are very pleased to announce that our Head of Funds Trina Channing-Rudd has successfully complete the Diploma in Company Direction Level 11 (SCQF). Trina now holds IoD Full Member status
At the start of this year, Trina Channing-Rudd embarked on the Chartered Director program, run by the Institute of Directors with the support of Whitmill Trust Company Limited.
This was the start of a challenging year for Trina who had enrolled on both the Certificate and Diploma programs to be undertaken during 2018. Trina regularly attended college and spent numerous hours working through course modules and additional resources, and did all this at the same time as planning her wedding which took place in May.
By September 2018, Trina was successfully awarded the Certificate in Company Direction, achieving passes and distinctions across the modules. One of the Certificate modules was undertook three days after her wedding and one of the Diploma examinations took place the day before her honeymoon! – A very busy schedule.
Once she had complete the Certificate, Trina began working towards the Diploma program, which includes a long written examination in the November sitting.
Now in December 2018, Trina has been awarded the Diploma in Company Direction Level 11 (SCQF) qualification and following a successful application, has now converted from an Associate member of the IoD to Full Member status.
It is clear that Trina is incredibly dedicated to this program and has been very successful so far. The next step is to apply and be considered for full Chartered Director status; this would complete the trilogy, hopefully during the course of 2019.
When discussing her achievement, Trina commented ‘There are only 1,750 current chartered directors worldwide, so am feeling very fortunate that I am 2/3rds of the way to joining this elite band of excellence. It was great to learn from the excellent tutors that taught on the course and I’m looking forward to what lies ahead and can’t thank Whitmill enough for all of their encouragement and support’