And the rest of the award winners are...

24th November 2000 at 00:00
HERE follows the complete list of award-winning and highly-commended colleges in this year's Beacon Awards. These awards recognise outstanding teaching and learning in further education.

The ABC Award for Counselling Education - City College Manchester. Highly Commended: Lambeth College.

The AQA Award for CollegeSchool Partnerships - Bridgwater College.

Highly Commended: Calderdale College, Canterbury College,Swansea College.

The BBC Education Award for the use of Television, Video amp; Audio Media in the Delivery of Distance Learning - Coleg Menai.

The Becta Award for using Information, Learning and Communication Technologies to Support Effective Teaching and Learning - North East Institute of Further amp; Higher Education. Highly Commended: West Suffolk College.

The BT Award for Lifelong Learning - Derby Tertiary College. Highly Commended: Truro College.

The BTI Award for International VET Projects - City College Manchester.

The Basic Skills Agency Award for Extending Participation in Basic Skills - Stoke on Trent College. Highly Commended: Telford College.

The British Council Award for International Student Support - Dudley College.

Highly Commended: Pembrokeshire College.

The British Council (ECS) Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) Award for International Marketing - Dudley College.

The Jardine Lloyd Thompson (formerly Burke Ford) Award for Health and Community Care - Preston College.

The CITB Award for Construction - Preston College.

Highly Commended: Barnsley College.

The Churches' Award for Sustainable Community Development - Stoke on Trent College. Highly Commended: City of Sunderland College.

The City amp; Guilds Award for Hospitality and Catering - South Trafford College.

The Duke of Edinburgh's Award for Colleges Encouraging Good Citizenship - Greenhead College.

Highly Commended: West Suffolk College.

The ELS Group Award for Art and Design - Newham Sixth Form College. Highly Commended: New College, Durham.

The Edexcel Foundation Award for Engineering- Pontypridd College.

The Edexcel Foundation Award for English, Social Studies, Foreign Languages and the Humanities - Kingston College. Highly Commended: Richard Huish College.

The Eversheds Award for New Deal Provision - Lewisham College. Highly Commended: Uxbridge College.

The FEDA Award for CollegeEmployer Partnerships - Deeside College.

The FEDA Award for Quality in Staff Development for the Application of Information and Learning Technologies - Bournemouth and Poole College.

The FENC Award for the Effective Integration of Resource Based Learning and ILT - Newark and Sherwood College. Highly Commended: Telford College.

The FENC Award for the Land Based Colleges National Consortium Award for Land based Industries - Highly Commended: Bournville College.

The IFA Award for Finance and Business Studies - Sandwell College.

The Marks amp; Spencer Award for Transferable Skills for Industry - Llandrillo College. Highly Commended: Strode College.

The NACETT Award for Delivery to Meet Specific Employer Needs - Skelmersdale College.

Highly Commended: City of Sunderland College, Stoke on Trent College.

The Professor John Tomlinson Award for Students with Learning Difficulties andor Disabilities - Carmarthenshire College. Highly Commended: Wigan amp; Leigh College, Bridgwater College.

The OCR Award for NVQs for Business - Carmarthenshire College. Highly Commended: Telford College.

The Partnership Trust Award for Mathematics - New College Swindon. Highly Commended: Greenhead College.

The Partnership Trust Award for Chemistry andor Physics - Sixth Form College Farnborough. Highly Commended: Braintree College.

The Partnership Trust Award for Combined andor General andor Vocational Science.

Highly Commended: Scarborough Sixth Form College.

The Paul Hamlyn Foundation Award for the Performing Arts - Newham Sixth Form College.

The TESAoC Award for Widening Participation - York College. Highly Commended: Pembrokeshire College, Havering College of Further amp; Higher Education.

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