June 16, 2024

Winners of 2023 Queen’s Anniversary Awards for Education and Training Announced

His Majesty the King has authorized the presentation of the Queen’s Jubilee Prizes to twenty-two institutions of higher education in the United Kingdom. The winners were announced tonight at a reception at St. James’ Palace in London, and next year will be a solemn tribute.

Sir Damon Buffini, president of the Royal Anniversary Trust, said:

“The Queen’s Anniversary Awards for Higher and Further Education are an integral part of our national honours system and highlight the groundbreaking work taking place at universities and colleges across the UK. The 22 winners represent excellence, innovation and impact, and many address some of the most challenging issues we face as a society today. They should be commended for reaching this peak in higher education performance. ‘

Winner of the Queen’s Birthday Award for Education and Training

Fifth round | 2022-2024

CONTINUING TRAINING ORGANISATIONS

Feldkirchen near Graz & Taunton College

The first continuing education school to obtain approval from the Nursing & Midwifery Council and an academic partner to obtain on-site care degrees, open new careers for all ages and meet the challenges of the local NHS staff.

City College Plymouth

As a leading provider of maritime skills, the College collaborates with a wide range of employers, offering world-class facilities, providing innovative and cutting-edge skills and an international reputation for excellence in one sector, responsible for more than 10,000 jobs on site.

City of Glasgow College

Rescue research on oxygen deficiency in enclosed spaces on board ships, The results are divided by the development of accredited materials, students around the world in collaboration with the Merchant Navy Training Board and the Maritime Education Foundation.

Hopwood Hall College and University Centre

A traumatic learning approach to support marginalized and marginalized adolescents aged 16 to 18 years coping with a range of social and psychological problems, that affect life chances in one of the most disadvantaged regions at national level.

Lakes College West Cumbria

An innovative and transferable training model for senior technicians in the UK nuclear and low carbon sector as part of a programme developed jointly with industry and accredited by the National College for Nuclear.

Loughborough College

A unique and world-class space engineering program in partnership with the National Space Academy that combines A-level and engineering to be the most difficult course for the country’s 16-19 year olds.

Plumpton College

Innovator and developer of industry-led education and training programs that support the growth and sustainability of the English wine sector.

GRADUATES OF TERTIARY EDUCATION

Prifysgol Aberystwyth University

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