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David Hughes Oct 22
Great speech from Vicky Seagers today as part of celebration. She is clearly a worthy winner, a great ambassador & an inspiration to everyone who cares about lifelong learning. Thank you for today
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Adult Education Wolverhampton Oct 23
AEW student Seong (English Language Learning Award Winner) & teacher Cate travelled to London yesterday for the award winners Parliamentary Reception at the House of Commons. Check out for more pictures from the day.
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Festival of Learning Oct 30
This is why winner stories are so important to help inspire adults to take up learning, whether that be in work, with their children or in the local community.
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Simon Feneley-Lamb Oct 22
Sunny view from the Terrace at Houses of Parliament!
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Rhian Short Oct 22
"Anxiety can't keep doing this to me anymore. It's time for a change." award winner Vicky talks honestly about her adult learning journey. 👏
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Lesley Reece Jan 24
winning an award with FOL changed my confidence and i was thrilled to be given my award
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Mark Ravenhall Oct 22
Great to see colleagues Greece, Luxembourg, Slovenia, Croatia, and Germany at in UK Parliament today
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unionlearn Jan 30
Thinking of nominating a learner or ULR? nominations close in just 2 weeks. For nominations guidance, inspiration and top tips on writing a successful submission, visit the website
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Rhian Short Oct 22
Knowledge, ability and progression are the 3 reasons why award winner Keoghs invest in employee learning and development. 👏👏
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David Hughes Oct 22
Pleased that has been able to show his commitment to on a busy day in Parliament
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Simon Feneley-Lamb Oct 22
Delighted that are sponsoring to help celebrate the achievements of award winners
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Rhian Short Oct 22
Another parliamentary reception, another chance to meet our winners, to recognise their achievements and use their stories as examples of how learning really does make a massive difference.
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Connie Muttock Oct 22
Lovely day to be on Terrace Pavilion for reception. Congrats to award winners!
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Andrew Rawson Jan 14
Nominations open until 12 Feb Adult learners, lifelong learning, widening participation. Nominations for tutors, for individual learners, engaged involved employers, and replicable, innovative learning projects or provision having impact on communities
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Learning and Work Institute Oct 22
Thank you to everyone who attended today's reception. A special thanks to our speakers @halfon4harlowMP and Vicky Seagars.
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FE Week Jul 2
A man who left school without being able to read or write and a woman who went from staying in a care home to studying for the operating theatre: those are just two of the amazing winners from today's awards
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WorldSkills UK Feb 1
📣 is looking for employers, projects or tutors that have learning at the heart of what they do. Nominate one for a award and help celebrate their impact and influence
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David Hughes Oct 23
Great speech yesterday on the terrace in Parliament. Thanks for sharing your inspiring story of your route into learning
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NOCN Group Oct 22
Our Managing Director is at the Parliamentary Reception at the House of Commons with @halfon4harlowMP today to recognise the achievements of the winners
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Festival of Learning Oct 28
Great to see our Outstanding Individual Learner Award winner, Diana, working with
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