The CollegesWales / ColegauCymru Awards recognise outstanding achievement and practice, and showcase the impact colleges have on learners, local communities and businesses.
The Awards Ceremony 2015 took place at Venue Cymru, Llandudno, on Thursday evening, 22 May.
|Teaching and Learning||Welsh Government||Coleg Cambria|
|Use of Technology||Learndirect||Coleg Sir Gâr|
|Innovation in Further Education||City & Guilds||Bridgend College Coleg Cambria|
|International Partnerships||British Council||Coleg Gwent|
|Promoting Equality and Social Justice||Lloyds Banking Group||Pembrokeshire College|
|Outstanding Sport Developments||Sport Wales||The College Merthyr Tydfil|
|Promoting Welsh-medium/Bilingual Learning||Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol||Coleg Sir Gâr|
|Learner of the Year||Pearson||Caroline Read, Cardiff and Vale College|
|Teacher of the Year||ColegauCymru||Mary Richards, Coleg Sir Gâr|
Download the colour brochure of all the winners and finalists.
The Awards Ceremony 2013 took place on 22 May at City Hall, Cardiff. Photographs from the ceremony are available from CollegesWales' facebook page
Click the link to download the booklet which highlights the key features of each finalist. CollegesWales Annual Awards booklet 2013
|Teaching and Learning||Welsh Government||Yale College, Wrexham|
|Digital Learning||RSC Wales||Yale College, Wrexham|
|Leadership at a Time of Change||Pearson||Coleg Sir Gâr|
|Sports Legacy||Sport Wales||Coleg Sir Gâr|
|Literacy and Numeracy||WJEC||Yale College, Wrexham|
|International||OCR Cymru||Coleg Morgannwg|
|Welsh and Bilingualism||Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol||Grŵp Llandrillo Menai - Coleg Menai|
|Teacher of the Year||City & Guilds/ILM||Tracey Waterhouse, Coleg Gwent|
|Learner of the Year||ColegauCymru||Jacob Thomas, Pembrokeshire College|
Thanks to support from JISC, ColegauCymru has been able to add to its suite of videos of winners of the ColegauCymru Awards 2013. Six videos of award winners are available from the ColegauCymru iTunes U site.
Click the images below for video clips of the winners and those shortlisted for these two awards. The links take you to ColegauCymru's YouTube channel.
The key features of all the shortlisted applications are available in the publication: ColegauCymru Awards 2012: the shortlists.
The winners were announced at the awards ceremony held on 31 May 2012 at Venue Cymru, Llandudno.
|Teaching & Learning||Welsh Government||Yale College, Wrexham|
|Quality Partnerships||OCR Cymru||Coleg Sir Gâr|
|Investing in Staff Development||City & Guilds and ILM||Bridgend College|
|Higher Education in Further Education||Pearson||Bridgend College|
|Governance||Tribal||joint winners: Grŵp Llandrillo Menai, Deeside College|
|Promoting Inclusive Learning||Agored Cymru||Coleg Sir Gâr|
|Teacher of the Year||RSC Wales||joint winners: Helen Hodgkinson, Sara Davies|
|Learner of the Year||ColegauCymru||David Bowen|
The Awards Ceremony 2011 took place on 26 May at the Hilton, Cardiff. A publication produced to coincide with the awards ceremony highlights the key features of the applications that were shortlisted.
|Award Category||Award Sponsor||
Effective use of CQFW
||Agored Cymru||Deeside College|
Digital learning resources
||WJEC/NGfL||Coleg Sir Gâr|
Effective leadership in the delivery of skills
||City & Guilds/ILM||Coleg Morgannwg|
Outstanding practice in maintaining and improving quality
||Tribal||Coleg Llandrillo Cymru|
Innovation in responding to the learner voice
Outstanding use of technology to enhance the learning experience
||Ufi/Learndirect||The College Ystrad Mynach|
Innovative use of curriculum planning
||Edexcel||Neath Port Talbot College|
|Award Category||Award Sponsor||Winners|
|Learner of the year||CollegesWales||James Fraser, Barry College and Shane Evans, Coleg Sir Gâr|
|Teacher of the year||LLUK||Maria McCarthy, Coleg Glan Hafren|