IPMZ is a professional association of people with an interest in personnel, training and human resources, who want to improve their knowledge of, and skill in, professional personnel practices and principles. The Institute promotes professionalism by establishing appropriate qualifications, defining codes of conduct, promoting research, spreading knowledge of personnel and training management and labour relations, and liaising with relevant authorities in regard to professional manpower policies and practices.
The LCCI students were awarded five gold and nine silver medallions at Country Level Three, one silver medallion at World Level Three as well as one gold and one silver medallion at World and Country Level Three.
Outstanding among the recipients were Ms Thandi Thandoyenkosi Banda and Mr Chamunorwa Katsande, who scooped silver (Business Practice) and Gold (Advertising) medallions at world level, respectively.
International Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants (including International Independence Standards) (the Code) is the culmination of extensive research and global stakeholder consultation. The Code includes substantive revisions and is completely rewritten under a new structure and drafting convention. The Code brings together key ethics advances over the past four years, including