NI Water has been named the winner of the highly coveted Best Employee Development Programme (Large Business) at the prestigious Irish News Workplace and Employment Awards held at Titanic Belfast. The judges commended NI Water for their ability to harness the skills and talents of their workforce by creating the conditions for all to excel, making a truly groundbreaking impact and creating an organisation their employees are proud to work for.


The Irish News and Employment Awards celebrate exceptional companies and organisations focused on their people by recognising excellence in the workplace. To be shortlisted amongst the best of NI businesses is a phenomenal achievement, and to win, recognises those companies that have created something truly unique.

Paula Graham, NI Water’s Head of Culture, Engagement & Learning, said: “It’s a tremendous achievement to win the Best Employee Development Programme against exceptional competition in this category, and well done to all the finalists!

A strategic focus on skills development helps ensure that NI Water is fit for the future through building critical skills and competencies. We have created a culture of learning and development at all career stages to enable our people to grow their skills and knowledge in ways that enable them to continuously improve and consistently produce excellence.

Our employee development programme represents a holistic approach and commitment to supporting all of our people to build their capabilities. This award represents a cross functional team effort and belongs to all the hard-working colleagues across our business who contribute to our life-long learning programmes.”

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NI Water’s Clodagh Patterson and Geraldine Hume collect the Irish News Workplace and Employment Award for Best Employee Development Programme (Large Business) from Orlagh O’Neill of Carson McDowell.

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