Honouring Our Stars; Adam Smith College Grab the Spotlight as Scottish Qualifications Authority Pay Homage to Their Annual Star Award Winners Employment FOCUS

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Honouring Our Stars; Adam Smith College Grab the Spotlight as Scottish Qualifications Authority Pay Homage to Their Annual Star Award Winners Employment FOCUS


WINNERS of the annual Star Awards are celebrating after picking up their prizes last week.

Atotal of 38 awards in 14 categories were presented to a variety of education and training success stories at the ceremony staged by the Scottish Qualifications Authority.

The winners, along with those highly commended, were a mix of individual learners and education and training organisations.

Every year, the SQA seek to celebrate success and commitment by individuals, schools, colleges, training providers and businesses.

Hosted by Scots TV presenter Kaye Adams, the awards are supported by a raft of sponsors, including the Scottish Government, UK Skills, CBI Scotland, Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework, Learning and Teaching Scotland, education publishers Leckie & Leckie and Highlands and Islands Enterprise.

Congratulating the winners, SQA chief executive Dr Janet Brown said: "Scottish education and training is full of inspirational stories and magnificent achievements from students and centres.

"Selecting finalists in each category was very difficult. Toall who made it to the ceremony, well done. You represent the absolute best of Scotland and should take enormous pride in your achievements."

Highly Commended in the Innovation categorywereAdam Smith College, for the "Quick to Launch" project. …

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