Two NHS accounting students have won excellence awards from the Chartered
Institute of Management Accountants.
CIMA’s NHS Student Excellence Awards, which are sponsored by The Financial
Training Company, were given to Jonathan Dove from Canterbury and Gavin
D’Northwood from County Durham.
Dove, who is with Medway Strategic Health Authority, was winner at the
management level for achieving the highest mark in the financial accounting and
tax principles paper.
And D’Northwood, who is placed with City Hospitals Sunderland NHS Foundation
Trust, was winner at the strategic level for gaining the highest mark in the
management accounting Risk and control strategy paper of the CIMA Professional
Chartered Management Accounting qualification.
Both winners were presented with a certificate and an iPod by Charles Tilley,
chief executive of CIMA.
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Accountancy Age is delighted to reveal the shortlists for the 2016 British Accountancy Awards