Thirteen Doncaster-based staff have received a ‘well done’ in a local health trust’s graduation ceremony.
The staff all work for Rotherham, Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust (RDaSH), in one of the many services it offers in the town.
They were part of 56 staff from across the areas RDaSH serves, who attended a Trust graduation night at High Melton College, which marks not only staff success in external examinations but also the hard work it takes to complete studies while working.
A wide range of qualifications were celebrated, including diplomas, masters degrees, doctorates, certificates, core skills awards and much more.
Chairman of the Trust, Lawson Pater, said: “The event was a huge success. We recognise how hard it can be studying while holding down a demanding job and for many, caring for a family or family member. It is really important to recognise staff success. Well done everyone.”