Award winners and the highly commended

22nd November 2002 at 00:00
The AQA Award for CollegeSchool Partnerships: Bedford College. Highly commended: Halesowen College, Hartlepool College of Further Education The Allied Irish Bank Award for College Foyer Partnerships: Plymouth Collegeof Further Education.

The Becta Award for the Effective Use of ILT to Enhance Teaching and Support Learning: Belfast Institute of Further amp; Higher Education,Tameside College.

The Basic Skills Agency Award for ESOLEAL: Thomas Danby College The Basic Skills Agency Award for Extending Participation in Basic Skills: Blackpool and The Fylde College. Highly Commended: Hartlepool College of Further Education, Southend Adult Community College.

The British Council Award for International Student Support: John Leggott College. Highly Commended: Bournville College of Further Education The CITB Award for Construction: Hull College The CLA Award for Encouraging Creativity through Copyright: South Birmingham College.

The Churches' Award for Sustainable Community Development: Strode College. Highly Commended: Bridgwater College, Burnley College, Grimsby College The City amp; Guilds Award for the Teaching of IT: Derby College The Edexcel Award for Lifelong Learning: Bury College. Highly Commended: Coleg Sir Gar, Derby College.

The Eversheds Award for New Deal Provision: Coleg Llandrillo The FENC Award for the Effective Integration of ILT-based Learning Resources into Lesson Plans: Fermanagh College.

The IFA Award for Finance and Business Studies: King Edward VI College. Highly Commended: Newcastle College.

The Jardine Lloyd Thompson Healthcare Award for Health and Community Care: Matthew Boulton College of Further amp; Higher Education. Highly Commended: Derby College, Southampton City College.

The Learning and Skills Council Award for High Performance in Equality and Diversity: Plymouth College of Further Education The Learning and Skills Council Award for Innovation in Improving Quality and Standards: Bridgwater College, Loreto College.

The LSDA Award for CollegeEmployer Partnerships: Cornwall College, Greenwich Community College. Highly Commended: Capel Manor College The LSDA Award for e-Learning:The Sheffield College.

The Marks amp; Spencer Award for Transferable Skills for Industry:Strode College.

The MENCAP, RNIB, RNID Award for Students with Learning Difficulties andor Learning Difficulties: Wigan and Leigh College. Highly Commended: Bridgend College.

The OCR Award for Delivering Business Excellence through FE Collaboration: Darlington College of Technology. Highly Commended: Deeside College The Partnership Trust Award for Life Science: Pembrokeshire College The Partnership Trust Award for Numeracy and Mathematics: Dudley College. Highly Commended:Peter Symonds College The Partnership Trust Award for the Physical Sciences: Sixth Form College, Farnborough. Highly Commended:John Leggott College.

The Protocol Professional Award for Art and Design: The Bournemouth and Poole College, National Star College The TESAoC Award for Staff Development: Bridgwater College. Highly Commended: Coleg Glan Hafren.

The TESAoC Award for Widening Participation: Basingstoke College of Technology. Highly Commended:South Birmingham College.

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