The winners of the 1999 Beacon Award programme

26th November 1999 at 00:00
Ngaio Crequer reviews the annual awards to outstanding colleges and focuses on the achievements of one of the winners

The AQA Award for Business Studies: Greenhead College. Highly commended: Carmarthenshire College of Technology and Art; Solihull College

The AON Award for Adult Lifetime Learning: Northumberland College. Highly commended: Plymouth College of Further Education

The BBC Award for the use of Television, Video amp; Audio Media in the Delivery of Distance Learning: North East Institute of Further and Higher Education

The Becta Award for using ILCT to Support Effective Teaching and Learning: Dearne Valley College

The BT Award for Distance Learning in the Provision of A-levels and GNVQs: Christ the King College

The Basic Skills Agency Award for English as an Additional Language: South Birmingham College

The Basic Skills Agency Award for Extending Participation in Basic Skills: Royal Forest of Dean College

The British Council Award for International Student Support: Chichester College of Arts, Science and Technology. Highly commended: Tresham Institute

The Burke Ford Award for Health and Community Care: Hugh Baird College. Highly commended: Barnsley College

The CITB Award for Construction: Dudley College of Technology. Highly commended: Bournemouth and Poole College of Further Education

The Churches' Award for Sustainable Community Development: Dunstable College. Highly commended: City of Sunderland College; Woolwich College

The City amp; Guilds Award for Hospitality and Catering: Bournemouth and Poole College of Further Education

The ELS Award for Art and Design: Yale College. Highly commended: Leyton Sixth Form College

The Edexcel Foundation Award for English, Social Studies and the Humanities: Blackpool Sixth Form College. Highly commended: Solihull Sixth Form College

The Eversheds Award for New Deal Provision: Blackpool and the Fylde College. Highly commended: Lewisham College

The FEDA Award for CollegeEmployer Partnerships: Telford College of Arts and Technology. Highly commended: Leeds College of Technology

The FEDA Award for Staff Development in ILT: Swansea College

The FENC Award for the Effective Integration of Resource Based Learning and ILT: Nelson and Colne College. Highly commended: West Cheshire College

The FENCLBCNC Award for Land-Based Industries: Carmarthenshire College of Arts and Technology

The Marks amp; Spencer Award for Transferable Skills for Industry: Mid-Kent College

The NACETT Award for Delivery to meet Specific Employer Needs: Filton CollegeSoundwell College. Highly commended: Brooksby College; Cornwall College; Derby Tertiary College, Wilmorton

The NCFE Award for Foreign Language Teaching: Bournville College of FE

The Professor John Tomlinson Award for Inclusive Learning for Adults with Profound or Multiple Learning Difficulties: Oaklands College

The OCR Award for NVQs for Business: Halton College. Highly commended: Fermanagh College; Ystrad Mynach College

The Partnership Trust Award for Mathematics: Wilberforce College. Highly commended: King George V College

The Partnership Trust Award for Biology andor Botany andor Zoology: Runshaw College

The Partnership Trust Award for Chemistry andor Physics: Plymouth College of Further Education

The Partnership Trust Award for Combined andor General and andor Vocational Science: Bede College

The Paul Hamlyn Foundation Award for the Performing Arts: Gorseinon College

The TESAOC Award for Widening Participation: Derby Tertiary College, Wilmorton. Highly commended: Brockenhurst College; Llandrillo College

The United Biscuits Award for Work Related "Applied" Education: Cardonald College. Highly commended: Carmarthenshire College of Technology and Art

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