Here are just some of Derwen College’s award nominations from 2017:
Thomas Shacklady voted onto the NUS Further Education Committee.
Inclusive Skills competition, National Final at the Skills Show – Adam Richards – Silver medallist in Catering, Entry Level 2.
Inclusive Skills competition, National Final at the Skills Show – Joseph Griffiths – Gold medallist in Table Laying, Entry Level 1
Sam Innes was an advocate for Derwen College at the Youth Summit at the NEC in Birmingham.
Learner Voice Practitioner Awards – Derwen College Second Place in the Institution of the Year category.
Duke of Edinburgh Awards – 23 Bronze Award winners, 11 Silver Award winner and 7 Gold Award winners.
Oswestry Advertizer Community and Business Awards – Charity of the Year
Oswestry Advertizer Community and Business Awards – Best Place to Eat and Drink
Student of the Year Post Graduate Certificate in Education, North Shropshire College – Staff member Jessie Vaughan
Inclusive Skills competition event at Derwen College: Table Laying Entry Level 1 – Joseph Griffiths (Hospitality and Catering Studies) won Gold and Guy Summerfield (Hospitality and Catering Studies) won Bronze. Independence, Entry Level 1, Georgia Carr won Gold and Brittany Jones won Bronze.
Inclusive Skills competition event at NPTC Newtown: Catering Entry Level 2 – Adam Richards (Hospitality and Catering Studies) won Gold.
Oswestry Sports Forum – Disability Sports Award – Josh Mallen.
NUS‘ Disabled Students’ Further Education Union of the Year Award
Festival of Learning Awards 2017 – Certificate of Achievement to The Work Experience Team in recognition of their commitment to learning.