Great night for @BordersCollege at last night’s College Development Network (@ColDevNet) Annual Awards after they picked up two accolades at the prestigious event.
The College received the ‘Highly Commended Award’ in the ‘Essential Skills’ category for their Data Driven Innovation programme. They were also presented with the ‘Commended Award’ in the ‘Innovation’ category for their work on the Scottish Racing Academy programme.
@BordersCollege has an excellent reputation when it comes to students progressing from their studies, whether that be gaining employment or transitioning to higher and degree level programmes.
This was the case for five former students, who recently completed their PDA Childhood Practice level 8 studies and have now gone on to greater things.
The students were supported throughout their studies by former Borders College Lecturer Bryan Gracie, who sadly passed away in spring 2020, and whom they had an excellent relationship with.
@BordersCollege is supporting the #LoveScotlandsColleges national campaign to highlight the importance and strength of Scotland’s colleges to stakeholders.
The week-long campaign, which kicks off on St Andrew’s day, 30th November, will showcase and celebrate the outstanding work of colleges the length and breadth of Scotland. Brainchild of the CDN Marketing and Communications Network, this collaborative campaign is supported right across the college sector. It will highlight national and local examples of how colleges are supporting students, communities, businesses, staff and the economy.
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