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FE sector honoured in Queen’s Birthday Honour’s list

20 May 2019

College principals, staff and governors have been recognised in this year's Queen's Birthday Honours. David Hughes, Chief Executive of the Association of Colleges, said: “We are pleased to see that the hard work and dedication of so many college principals, teaching staff and governors have been recognised in this year’s Honours list. They work tirelessly to ensure that their students receive top-quality education and training and this is reflected in their awards. “All college staff work tirelessly to provide high-quality education and training for their students and they deserve recognition for their efforts." OBEMs Gillian Margaret Alton, Chief Executive Officer, Grimsby Institute GroupJohn Oswald Boyle, Governor and Chair of Directors, The Blackpool Sixth Form CollegeRichard William Bridgman, Founder and Owner, Warren Services LimitedMrs Angela Williams, Principal, Huddersfield New CollegeJulia Evans, BSRIA Chief Executive and Vice Chair and Chair (elect) of Leeds College of Building Ruth Duston, ex-Chair of WKC and vice-chair of CCCG and chair of CCCT (our services to business training arm). MBEMrs Beverley Aitken, Chair of Governors, East Kent College,Miss Sandra Clelland, Estates Security Staff Member, Hugh Baird CollegePaul Frederick Dodds, Training Manager, WorldSkills UKMs Rehana Mohammed, Learning Manager, Workers’ Educational AssociationAlan Stephen Moss, Senior Lecturer, RAF Central Training SchoolMrs Helen Elizabeth Osborne, Principal and Learner Services Manager, Friend’s Centre, BrightonMrs Susan Simpson, Training Manager, World Skills UKBEMPeter Andrew Templeman, Curriculum Technician in Carpentry and Joinery, Oaklands College, Hertfordshire