2009 STAR Awards: short-listed nominees

The 2009 STAR Awards short-listed nominees come from a variety of workplaces and cover a range of skill levels and job roles, from the most junior to the most senior.

They exemplify the breadth and diversity of the sector and are individuals who have worked above and beyond the call of duty truly exceeding expectations. These people provide the skills needed to develop our workforce and drive our economic success nationwide.

Below,  the shortlisted nominees from London’s learning providers

Engaging employers – sponsored by 157 Group

Team nomination  Health and social care team Barnet College

Innovation – sponsored by Becta

Udish Dissanayake Innovation coordinator and trainer  Westminster Kingsway College

Teum Teklehaimanot Learning resources facilitator Lambeth College

Leadership – sponsored by the Network for Black Professionals

Kanwal Pattar Vice principal – Skills for Life and community cohesion The Working Men’s College

Learning support – sponsored by The Further Educational Tutorial Network

Linda Julian Learning resources, IAG and student services manager Southgate College

Lorraine Walsh Welfare guidance officer Croydon College

Lifetime Achievement – sponsored by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills

Steve Dowbiggin Chief executive Capel Manor College

Response to learners’ needs – sponsored by NIACE

Kiechelle Degale ECM / enrichment programme manager Sir George Monoux College

Skills for Life

Shuja Ullah ESOL 14-19 Hackney Community College

Support role – sponsored by UNISON

Frances Butler Executive assistant to principal Lewisham College

Karen Norwood  Manager Bromley College of Further and Higher Education

Gerrard Shaw Senior IT technician Redbridge Institute of Adult Education

Teaching, training and learning practitioner, learner nomination – sponsored by IfL

Sandra Beccarelli Tutor Hounslow Adult Education

Olwyn Goldstone Lip reading tutor Richmond Adult Community College

Sharon Malyan Tutor coordinator CALAT Centre

Mansour Mohammad Lecturer – electronics  Uxbridge College


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