Australia, Victoria, Melbourne – 03-25-2019 (PRDistribution.com) — Fiona E. Davis, Educational Consultant for the People Development Command section of Victoria Police in Melbourne, Australia was recently just inducted into the International Association of Top Professionals (IAOTP’s) Hall of Fame for her excellence and dedication to her industry.
While inclusion with the International Association of Top Professionals is an honor in itself, only 10 honored IAOTP members are inducted into the exclusive IAOTP’s Hall of Fame. These special honorees are distinguished based on their professional accomplishments, academic achievements, leadership abilities, longevity in the field, other affiliations, contributions to their communities and have given visionary leadership to their industry. All honorees are invited to attend the IAOTP’s annual award gala at the end of this year for a night to honor their achievements. www.iaotp.com/award-gala
Fiona is being recognized for this honor for having over 3 decades of professional experience in education. She joined Victoria Police in 2010. Her key responsibilities involve analyzing, designing and developing training programs for police recruits, detectives, crime scene officers and prosecutors. This year she has been working with Police Air Wing on a developing a training program for their Aircrewmen. She ensures that all training programs are compliant with national standards as Victoria Police is a Registered Training Organisation which means they can deliver nationally endorsed qualifications. She conducts continuous improvement audits, course evaluations, provides compliance advice, and develops educational processes and standardized document templates for all courses at the Police Academy to use.
Fiona will be honored for not only this achievement but also for her selection as Empowered Woman of the Year, at the 2019 IAOTP’s Annual Award Gala in Las Vegas. Fiona will be presented with the Presidential Crystal engraved piece. Stephanie Cirami, President of IAOTP stated, “Choosing Fiona for this honor was an easy decision for our panel to make. She has devoted her life’s work to better the lives and safety of children and families and she selflessly gives back with her humanitarian efforts. She is brilliant and we are honored to recognize her for her amazing work. We are looking forward to spending time with her at next year’s gala.” http://www.iaotp.com/award-gala
First starting out as a primary school teacher for children for 10 years, Ms. Davis found a passion for education very quickly. She joined the Australian Army and was involved in education and training development for 20 years. A highlight of her Army career was to be deployed to East Timor for 9 months where, as part of her duties, she led and managed a small team of military and civilian educators to teach English to members of the East Timorese Army. Ms. Davis maintains her connection to the Army by being an Army Reserve Officer and currently serves with the Australian Army History Unit as a Museum Manager.
Fiona is dedicated to continuing her education. She currently holds a Master of Professional Studies in Instructional Design, a Master of Professional Studies in Teaching ESL, a Bachelor of Education and diplomas in management and project management. She completed her studies for two further diplomas in 2017: one in Training Design and Development and the other in Vocational Education and Training.
Ms. Davis has belonged to professional organizations throughout her career, and has been recognized globally for her hard work and accomplishments. She is a member with the Australian Institute of Training and Development and Returned Servicemen’s League of Australia. She was the recipient of the Australian Army Active Service Medal and the Australian Army Long Service Medal. She was named Top VIP Member of Worldwide Branding in 2013 & 2014, selected as Top Female Professional for 2015 and featured in Pro-Files Magazine. She was also selected for the Worldwide Lifetime Achievement Award, featured in a chapter for the Top 101 Industry Expert publication, and has been named “Top Educational Consultant of the Year” by the International Association of Top Professionals for 2016. For 2017 she was selected for the Top Female Executive Award by IAOTP and for 2018 graced the front cover of TIP (Top Industry Professionals) Magazine. For 2019 she was selected not only for the Empowered Woman of the Year Award but also for the Humanitarian of the Year Award.
When not working, Fiona enjoys physical activity for her body and mind. She plays field hockey for a Melbourne club as well as master’s hockey, regularly runs, and walks their dog with her husband. Fiona makes jewelry and has an extensive collection of beads. She also enjoys reading crime and adventure novels. Her favorite authors are Agatha Christie, Clive Cussler, Patricia Cornwall and Dick Francis.
For More Information on Fiona Davis Watch her video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tbMfjugpr3o
The International Association of Top Professionals (IAOTP) is an international boutique networking organization who handpicks the world’s finest, most prestigious top professionals from different industries. These top professionals are given an opportunity to collaborate, share their ideas, be keynote speakers and to help influence others in their fields. This organization is not a membership that anyone can join. You have to be asked by the President or be nominated by a distinguished honorary member after a brief interview.
IAOTP’s experts have given thousands of top prestigious professionals around the world, the recognition and credibility that they deserve and have helped in building their branding empires. IAOTP prides itself to be a one of a kind boutique networking organization that hand picks only the best of the best and creates a networking platform that connects and brings these top professionals to one place.
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