Staff rewarded for supreme service
AWARDS have been given to recognise contributions made above and beyond the call of duty by county council staff. The quality awards are the first of their kind for the new KCC Children, Families and Education directorate. Val Miller and the Data Quality Team from Ashford were winners of the team award for quality service. KCC has been introducing a new information system, which has been a major project for all involved. Val and her team received several nominations for the assistance they had given and victory brought the team a £500 reward. A personnel support team based at Kroner House in Ashford also won an award. It went to Jenny Sage, Emma Fontaine and Marie Fishbourne who provided support and dedication through a major reorganisation of the service in 2006.
Members of the personnel team who are based at Kroner House, Ashford, with KCC cabinet member for education John Simmonds, second from right, and KCC cabinet member for children and families, Dr Tony Robinson, end right
Members of the Data Quality Team who successfully completed a major project to introduce a new information system, with Cllr John Simmonds and Dr Tony Robinson