Fife College nominated for prestigious UK award

Fife College has been nominated for the prestigious UK College of the Year Award which recognises centres whose imagination and passion have led to high-quality provision in all areas.

Monday, 26th April 2021, 4:30 pm

Although the 2019-20 academic year brought challenges due to coronavirus, Fife College pulled out the stops to keep learning going, and introduced new courses to help anyone impacted by the pandemic to reskill and retrain.

The college has also been shortlisted in the Professional Services Team of the Year category, recognising the success of the Digital Services Team in transforming its digital environment in recent years.

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Fife College staff (l-r) Kris Getchell, Bryan McCabe-Bell, Stuart McKay and Hugh Hall.

Dr Hugh Hall, principal, said: "Over the past year, the commitment and dedication of our staff has been awesome.

"They have pulled out all of the stops to deliver our curriculum and support our students despite the tough challenges of the pandemic.

“To have this work recognised with a nomination for the best College in the UK award is a huge boost.”

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