UK Career Development Awards - Shortlist and Winners

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UK Career Development Award - Winners Brochure

The winners of the 2013 UK Career Development Awards were announced at a special Awards Dinner on Thursday 7 November at the Holiday Inn, Stratford-upon-Avon. The Awards were presented by their six sponsors at an event compared by Carol Taylor of NIACE, the major sponsor and Karen O'Donoghue, CDI President, with special guest John O'Farrell, journalist, satirist and author, announcing the shortlist. The six award categories and winners are:

Careers Educator of the Year

Sponsored by U-Explore

The winner:

 

Ros Carr, Adviza Partnership

Best practice in delivering Career Development Services to Adults

Sponsored by Prospects Services

The winner:

 

 Work Fit, Adviza Partnership

Careers Adviser/Coach of the Year

Sponsored by The Morrisby Organisation

The winner:

Emma Louise O'Brien, Renovo

Innovative use of Technology in Career Development

Sponsored by Oxford Psychometrics

The winner:

@adviza, Adviza Partnership

Best Practice in delivering Career Development Services to Young People

Sponsored by the Via Partnership

The winner:

Aspirations Programme, We Aspire

Best Practice in Engaging Employers in Career Development

Sponsored by emqc

The winner:

Key Stage 4 Work-Related Learning Programme, St Peter's Catholic School

The shortlisted entries:

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Best Practice in Delivering Career Development to Young People

Sponsored by The Via Partnership Ltd

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New Careers Services to Schools, Adviza

Winning entry: Aspirations Programme, We Aspire

The Apprenticeship Guide, Barker Brooks Communications

 

Best Practice in Delivering Career Development Services to Adults

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Digital Inclusion Workshops, Skills Development Scotland

Winning entry: Work Fit, Adviza

Old Ford/Circle Housing Olympic Security Recruitment Programme, Old Ford Housing Association

 

Innovative Use of Technology in Career Development

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Innovating Career Development through‐Explore,U-Explore

Winning entry: @adviza, Adviza

Innovative Use of Technology in Career Development, Susan Burke

 

Best Practice in Engaging Employers in Career Development

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Winning entry: Key Stage 4 Work-Related Learning Programme, St. Peter's Catholic School

The Hospitality Guild, People 1st

The Apprenticeship Guide, Barker Brooks Communications

 

Careers Educator of the Year
In Memory of Christine Thomas 

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Isobel Freeman and Nursel Tok, We Aspire

Janice Clarke, The Via Partnership Ltd

Winner in this category: Ros Carr, Adviza

 

Careers Development Adviser/Coach of the Year

Sponsored by MorrisbyMorrisby

Carolyn Parry, Aberystwyth University

John Lees, John Lees Associates

Winner in this category: Emma Louise O’Brien, Renovo