Beacon Awards 20034 - highly commended and winners

14th November 2003 at 00:00
The AQA Award for CollegeSchool Partnerships

Winner: Boston college;highly commended: Coleg Gorseinon

The Allied Irish Bank Award for CollegeFoyer Partnerships

Award winner: Aberdeen college

The Becta Award for the Effective use of ILT to Enhance Teaching and Support Learning

Winner: Warwickshire college; highly commended: Cornwall college

The Basic Skills Agency Award for ESOL

Winner: Pendleton College; highly commended: South Thames College

The Basic Skills Agency Award for Extending Participation in Basic Skills

Winner: Southend adult community college; highly commended:Grantham college

The British Council Award for International Student Support

Winner: Broxtowe college, Nottingham; highly commended: Greenwich community college

The CITB Award for Construction

Winner: Clackmannan college

The CLA Award for encouraging creativity through copyright

Winner: Partnership between Cardonald college and the Scottish FEU

The CoLRiC Award for the effective integration of librariesLRC in curriculum delivery

Winner: Nelson and Colne college

The Churches' Award for Sustainable Community Development

Winner: Totton college;highly commended: Lewisham college;

Lisburn institute of further and higher education

The City amp; Guilds Award for the Teaching of IT

Winner: Coleg Llandrillo; highly commended: Coleg Sir Gar

The Commission for Black Staff in FE and Network for Black Managers Award for Promoting Race Equality

Winner: Oldham college; highly commended: Bolton sixth-form college

The Edexcel Award for Lifelong Learning

Winner: Grimsby college

highly commended: Boston college, Tameside College

The FENC Award for Blended Learning

Winner: Belfast Institute of further and higher education

The Jardine Lloyd Thompson Healthcare Award for Health and Community Care

Winner: Stoke on Trent college; highly commended: Telford college of arts and technology

The Learning and Skills Council Award for College Engagement with Employers

Winner: Hull college; highly commended: Blackpool and The Fylde college, Sutton Coldfield college

The Learning and Skills Council Award for Equality and Diversity

Winner: Blackpool and The Fylde college

The MENCAP and RNIB Award for Students with Learning Difficulties andor Disabilities

Winner: Belfast Institute of further and higher education; highly commended: Leek college

The NEBOSH Award for Teaching Programmes in Occupational Health, Safety and Environmental Management

Winner: Highbury college, Portsmouth; highly commended: Grimsby college

The OCR Award for Basic Skills in the Workplace

Winner: Solihull college

The Partnership Trust Award for Science and Mathematics

Winner: Coleg Gorseinon

The Protocol Professional Award for Art and Design

Winner: Barnfield college; highly commended: Cornwall college

The TESAoC Award for Staff Development

Winner: Pembrokeshire college; highly commended: Oldham college

The TESAoC Award for Widening Participation

Winner: Lewisham college; highly commended: Dudley college

The Ufilearndirect Award for Delivering Learning through learndirect Centres in Colleges

Winner: Wigan and Leigh college

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