Stratford-upon-Avon College employee, Dawn Clark has been shortlisted for the 2009 LSIS STAR Awards.
The Learning and Skills Improvement Service (LSIS) holds the annual STAR Awards to celebrate and reward the unsung heroes who work in the further education and skills sector. They recognise the hard work and dedication of people who have truly made a difference to those around them with their commitment and ability to help learners achieve and exceed their learning goals. There are a wide range of categories for individuals and teams covering all aspects of FE provision.
Dawn, lecturer at the college, has been nominated for the category of “Skills for Life” by her manager who has recognised her hard work and commitment. The winners, and highly commended nominees, will be announced at the national STAR Awards ceremony on 26th November 2009. Around 500 guests will attend this prestigious ceremony in central London which Dawn will also be invited to attend.
Simon Rouch, Curriculum Area Manager, commented, “I am delighted that Dawn Clark has been short-listed for the 2009 LSIS STAR Award. Dawn has been always been innovative and enthusiastic in her approach to delivering the skills that our learners need to help them achieve their full potential and is always supportive of her colleagues at Stratford-upon-Avon College. Being shortlisted in this nationwide award is a fantastic achievement and Dawn should feel very proud to have been identified as one of the ‘STARs’ in the Skills for Life sector.”
Jean Bunn, another lecturer at the college was highly commended in October 2005 in the category of Adult and Community Learning Tutor of the Year.
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Posted on Thursday 1st October 2009