AoC Beacon Award Winners 2015/16

The winners of the 2015/16 AoC Beacon Awards were announced by Baroness Sharp of Guildford, President of the AoC Charitable Trust, at AoC Annual Conference 17 November 2015.

Download the announcement flyer

AoC Beacon Award 2015-16 Announcement (PDF,2.02 MB)

For more detailed information, click on the name of each winning project below for the project profile.  

AoC Beacon Awards 2015-16 Project Profiles (PDF,1.68 MB)

Award for Innovation in Further Education

OCR Award for Innovation in FE Criteria

 

OCR Award for Innovation in Further Education

Winner: Exeter College (PDF,132.37 KB)

Shortlisted: Rotherham College

Awards for Teaching and Learning, Curriculum Design and Development

CoLRiC Award for the Effective Integration of Libraries/Learning Resources Centres in Curriculum Delivery Award Criteria

CoLRiC Award for the Effective Integration of Libraries/Learning Resources Centres in Curriculum Delivery

Winner: Weston College (PDF,251.52 KB)

Shortlisted: Kirklees College

Edge Award for Practical Teaching and Practical Learning Award Criteria

Edge Award for Practical Teaching and Practical Learning

Winner: Rotherham College (PDF,179.74 KB)

Shortlisted: Cambridge Regional College

Shortlisted: South Devon College

Jisc Award for the Effective Use of Technology in FE

Jisc Award for the Effective use of Technology in FE

Winner: South Eastern Regional College (PDF,145.79 KB)

Shortlisted: Hopwood Hall College

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Microlink and AoC Charitable Trust Award for Students with Learning Difficulties and/or Disabilities

Microlink and AoC Charitable Trust Inclusive Learning Award for SLDD

Winner: Leicester College (PDF,106.76 KB)

Shortlisted: Chichester College

Vtct Award for Sport in the Curriculum Criteria

Vtct Award for Sport in the Curriculum

Winner: Bridgwater College (PDF,87.4 KB)

Shortlisted: Barnsley College

Awards for Leadership and Quality Improvement

Association of Colleges Award for College Engagement with Employers Award Criteria

Association of Colleges Award for Outstanding Leadership of Improvement

Winner: City of Wolverhampton College (PDF,142.88 KB)

Shortlisted: Boston College

City and Guids Award for Staff Development

City & Guilds Award for Staff Development

Winner: Reading College (PDF,247.6 KB)

Shortlisted: Treloar College

Awards for Responsiveness, Partnership and Impact

AQA Award for the Development of Transferable Skills

AQA Award for the Development of Transferable Skills

Winner: Abingdon and Witney College (PDF,98.01 KB)

Shortlisted: South Devon College

Association of Colleges Award for College Engagement with Employers Award Criteria

Association of Colleges Award for College Engagement with Employers

Winner: City of Wolverhampton College (PDF,119.85 KB)

Shortlisted: Calderdale College

Gateway Qualifications Award for Widening Participation in Learning, Increasing Vocational Progression and Employability Criteria

Award for Widening Participation in Learning, Increasing Vocational Progression and Employability

Winner: Barking and Dagenham College (PDF,103 KB)

Shortlisted: South West College

Pearson Award for the Promotion and Delivery of Successful Apprenticeships

Winner: City College Plymouth (PDF,118.79 KB)

Shortlisted: Bridgwater College

UCAS PRogress Award for Careers Education and Guidance

UCAS Progress Award for Careers Education and Guidance

Winner: Weston College (PDF,111.38 KB)

Shortlisted: East Berkshire College