City College Peterborough is celebrating being shortlisted for the Adult and Community Learning Provider of the Year in the prestigious Times Education Awards 2018 for the exceptional, broad-reaching work it does and the difference it makes to the lives of the residents of Peterborough.
Organised by prestigious The Times Educational Supplement (TES) the creator of the world’s longest-running education magazine. The awards look to celebrate and reward the dedication and expertise of the people and teams who contribute to make a significant contribution to improve the skill levels of young people, adult learners and supported people.
The awards celebrate excellent and innovative practice across the further education sector and are now in their seventh year.
The judges, who are experts in their respective fields, poured over the many excellent submissions for hours and held earnest debates about which providers should go through to the finals.
As a finalist, City College Peterborough shortlist achievement has already been published in the TES, with winners set to be announced at a glittering ceremony on the 23rd February 2018 at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London’s Park Lane.
Pat Carrington, Principal of City College Peterborough comments: “I am extremely proud of the College for being shortlisted for the TES award. Its fantastic to be recognized by TES and highlights the hard work and dedication of the College and all of its employees.”