City and Guilds is proud to announce its Medals for Excellence Winners for 2015/16
City & Guilds' Medals for Excellence recognises the achievements of our learners, lecturers and trainers who have achieved great results by producing exceptional work – going above and beyond what is expected to achieve their goals. It recognises not only excellent results but also those who show a true journey of progression throughout their qualification.
A global programme, Medals for Excellence has now been running for over 100 years.
Reasons to nominate
Not enough recognition is given out for hard work these days, but we're offering you the chance to change this and to make a difference in someone's life.
Just being nominated proves to learners and professionals that all their work isn't for nothing, and that you believe in them. Knowing that there is support and encouragement behind you is one of the most important ingredients for success.
Nominating your outstanding learners and trainers is also a great chance to create a good news story for your centre.
Who is eligible?
All City & Guilds learners who have completed their City & Guilds qualification between 1 August and 31 July the preceding year, and lecturer/trainers who have been actively delivering City & Guilds qualifications.
Each centre can nominate one learner from each occupational sector and up to three lecturer/trainers regardless of sector.
How to nominate
Nominations will open in August 2017 for the year 16/17.
Full nomination criteria can be found here.
Full nomination rules can be found here.
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