College shortlisted for two LOOP Awards for quality teaching and practical learning
The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London (CONEL) has been put forward for two awards based on its own students’ experience.
The College has been shortlisted in the Quality Teaching and Practical Learning categories in the LOOP Awards, the first ever student-led awards for excellence in Further Education.
This announcement comes as CONEL was named the best in London for employer satisfaction and second for student satisfaction in the FE Choices Survey 2015/16.
LOOP is a student ratings and review website developed in partnership with colleges and sixth forms from across the UK to help them to in making improvements their provision
Colleges were shortlisted for awards based on comments by their students on the site, with the winners to be decided by a student judging panel.
CONEL has so far received more than 150 comments on LOOP.
The award winners will be announced at a ceremony held at Lewisham Southwark College’s Southwark campus on 24 November
Kurt Hintz, Vice Principal for Curriculum and Learner Experience, said: “We are extremely proud to have been shortlisted for these two LOOP awards for teaching quality and practical learning.
“The fact that the nominations are based on our own students’ experience at CONEL makes this even more satisfying, and shows that they’re getting the education they deserve and expect from the College.”
The LOOP Awards were established to celebrate institutions that are raising standards in education through high quality student feedback.
Since the launch of LOOP in 2014, over 10,000 students have already given their views and helped drive forward more than 500 educational improvements.
Take the chance to review CONEL at www.loop.uk.com.
- Last Updated: 27 September 2017