As part of Adult Learners Week 2014 celebrations Trinity College London have just announced a bespoke award recognising innovation in ESOL practice for North West England. Trinity College London is particularly interested in highlighting work in non-traditional arenas or cross sector partnerships and is keen to hear about and highlight examples of work and community based activity. Trinity College London are looking for nominations which reflect either project activity itself, which demonstrates the contributions organisations or individuals are making to ESOL development and the learning landscape, the stories of individual learners and the journeys they have made and last but not least they are also keen to hear about inspirational facilitators/tutors who make it all happen.
Trinity College London is a leading international examinations board offering qualifications across a wide range, from performing and creative arts to English language learning and teaching.
Janet Golding the national ESOL Development Manager said ” Trinity has proudly sponsored Learning through ESOL awards over a number of years. We are particularly passionate about supporting and acknowledging inspirational learning journeys undertaken by members of the ESOL community. Please join us in celebrating inspirational ESOL learners and submit your nominations before January 30, 2014!”
To nominate simply follow the link to Adult Learners' Week Awards and complete either an individual or project nomination form. All nominations will also be automatically considered for NIACE awards regional and national awards, so you get two bites at the cherry.
Janet added,” Go on get nominating! This will acknowledge and celebrate learner success ,raise the profile of your work and create valuable advocacy for the future. And don’t forget we will acknowledge and recognise everyone you nominate”
For more information email the North West Adult Learners Team