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A great evening was had by all celebrating the most outstanding colleges, training providers and individuals within the FE sector at the TES FE Awards on Friday 24th February at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London’s Park Lane.

Overall FE provider of the year was South Tyneside College, who also won FE college of the year.

Below are the list of the winners on the night, but we would also like to congratulate all of those who were finalists, the awards had a record number of entries this year, so being a finalists is an achievement in it's own right. 

Winners of the TES FE Awards 2017: 

Overall FE provider of the year- South Tyneside College

FE college of the year - South Tyneside College

Training provider of the year - MPCT

Sixth-form college of the year- Winstanley College

Assessor of the year- Yvonne Evans, Coleg Cambria

Teacher of the year- Judith Larsen, Bedford College (Highly commended: James Tarling, Exeter College)

FE leader of the year- David Jones, Coleg Cambria

Lifetime achievement award- Dr John Graystone

Support for learners- Newcastle College

Contribution to the local community- Manchester Adult Education Service

Best teaching and learning initiative- West Suffolk College

Outstanding use of technology for improving teaching, learning and assessment- Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College

Marketing/communications campaign of the year- Hart Learning and Development (Highly commended: Westminster Kingsway College)

Employer engagement- South Devon College

Professional services team of the year- Peterborough Regional College

Apprenticeship programme of the year- Pendennis Shipyard


If you want to check out pictures from the evening or, please click here for the TES FE Awards website for the list of winners.

Teenage Cancer Trust also raised over £7,000 on the evening, so well done to everyone for being so generous to a really interesting and worthy cause. 

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