VQ Awards 2013 On Target To Be The Best Yet29th May 2013
The annual VQ Day celebration event, now in its sixth year, will take place at the Victoria Theatre on Wednesday 5th June at 7pm and will be hosted by Student Union Representative and Level 3 Business student Amy Waite and Performing Arts Lecturer Adam Smith.
This year the College has received a record number of nominations with over 150 students from across the College being nominated for an award so far, including Antonia Senior – our lifesaver.
National VQ Day recognises the value of vocational qualifications and celebrates vocational achievement across the country. Award nominations are selected not only in recognition of their success and achievement in their chosen field, but also for their commitment and for the positive impact that their learning experience has had on their lives, including how their success has impacted on the wider community.
Students can be nominated in the following categories:
- Most Improved Young Learner of the Year
- Most Improved Adult Learner of the Year
- Young Apprentice of the Year
- Adult Apprentice of the Year
- Significant Contribution to College & Community (Under 18)
- Significant Contribution to College & Community (18+)
- Most Enterprising Young Learner
- Most Enterprising Adult Learner
- Young Learner of the Year (VQ Hero)
- Adult Learner of the Year (VQ Hero)
- Keith McDonald Inspirational Learner of the Year Award
All nominated students along with their friends and family have been invited to attend what promises to be inspiring and entertaining evening. Those attending will have the pleasure of watching Dance students perform sequences from Velocity and very own Music students – Singer/Songwriter ‘Oliver Stock’ will also be performing live.
On the very same evening Hannah Cockroft will be receiving an AoC Gold Award at the House of Commons, so the 5th June will certainly be a day to remember!