And the winners are...

27th November 1998 at 00:00
Telford College of Arts and Technology emerged from the awards ceremony laden with garlands. The Shropshire college won four of the 26 awards on offer and was highly commended in another. Newham Sixth Form College and City of Bristol College also distinguished themselves, picking up a pair of awards apiece.

The AQA Award for finance and business: Runshaw College The Aon Award for adult lifetime learning: New College Nottingham The BECTA Award for ILCT to support effective learning: Telford College of Arts and Technology

The BT Award for distance learning: Bournville College The Basic Skills Agency Award for Basic Skills: Telford College of Arts and Technology The British Council Award for International Student Support: Broxtowe College The Burke Ford Award for Health and Community Care: Telford College of Arts and Technology City and Guilds Award for Hospitality and Catering: Park Lane College Duke of Edinburgh's Award Community Action Award: Bridgend College The ELS group Award for Art and Design: Southwark College The EMTA Award for contributions to Modern Apprenticeships: City of Bristol College The Edexcel foundation Award for English, Social Studies and the Humanities: Strode College The FEDA Award for Employer Partnerships: Newham Sixth Form College The FEDA Award for Staff Development in ILT: Bury College The FENC and LBCNC Award for Land-based industries and Associated programmes: Stoke on Trent College The Marks Spencer Award for Transferable Skills: Queen Elizabeth Sixth Form College

The NCFE Award for Foreign Language Teaching: City of Bristol College The Professor John Tomlinson Award for Inclusive Learning: Bridgwater College and Llandrillo College The Partnership Trust Award for Mathematics: The Sixth Form College, Farnborough Partnership Trust Award for Biology andor Botany andor Zoology: Plymouth College of Further Education The Partnership Trust Award for Chemistry andor Physics: King George V College, Southport The Partnership Trust Award for Combined andor General andor Vocational Science: Newham Sixth Form College The RSA Award for NVQs for business: Carmarthenshire College The TESAoC Award for Widening Participation: Barnsley College The United Biscuits Award for Work Related Applied Education: Cirencester College.

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