More Participants Join the 1,000 Club

Keyton’s Patrick O’Meley and Uniting’s Chelsea Christopherson were welcomed into the DCM Institute’s 1,000 Club last month in front of a room-full of their peers and sector colleagues.

Presented at the recent Professional Development Day held at the Pullman Hyde Park Sydney, the Award is in recognition of Patrick and Chelsea reaching the 1,000 points milestone for their professional development journey with the DCM Institute.

“It is a real privilege to be able to recognise the achievement of Patrick and Chelsea in front of their peers,” said Tiffany Folbigg, Operations Manager for the DCM Institute.

“They join a growing list of village professionals who we have welcomed into the 1,000 Club over the last two years. Professionals who are committed to their own development and success as a leader in their businesses.”

How professional development points work

Each person enrolled in DCM Institute’s Village Manager Professional Development Program accumulates points for the completion of topics and attendance at virtual and face to face events, such as Professional Development Days and Village Summits.

These Professional Development Points sit on an academic transcript that participants can access through the Knowledge Centre and serve as a record of a person’s accomplishment during their ongoing enrolment in the wider program.

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