Congratulations to Micqueilla on her recent achievements

Congratulations to Micqueilla on her recent achievements

 

Not only has Micqueilla Livermore been titled Damar apprentice of the month, but she has recently achieved her Level 3 Certificate in Criminal Prosecution Case Work and Level 3 Certificate in Knowledge of Criminal Prosecution Procedures whilst working for the CPS.

 

Micqueilla is now hoping to go to University to study Law; Micqueilla worked incredibly hard during the course of her apprenticeship and received high praise from her Supervisors and team at the CPS in Eastleigh. Micqueilla has recently moved to a new team at the CPS Rose Court office and continues to love her role. Micqueilla’s work towards the Certificate in Knowledge of Criminal Prosecution Procedures received excellent feedback from CILEx and I thoroughly enjoyed travelling to London to award Micqueilla her certificates in person. 

 

Micqueilla commented:

‘I am incredibly relieved and thrilled to have finally completed this challenging, yet extremely rewarding qualification. I left Sixth Form and joined the CPS as an Apprentice, with no completed A Levels at this point. The CILEx Level 3 Certificate in Criminal Prosecution Case Work (QCF) and CILEx Level 3 Certificate in Knowledge of Criminal Prosecution Procedures (QCF) on top of my work experience, has enabled me to receive offers from all of the Universities that I applied, Distance Learning and Full Time. My goal is to become a Lawyer, and this qualification gave me an in-depth understanding and experience of Criminal Prosecution which is my preferred legal topic. Thank you so much Damar Training and CILEx for giving me the opportunity to enrol on to this qualification!’

 

Congratulations Micqueilla, this is fantastic news!

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