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Adult Learners’ Week 2012 Award nominations now open

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If you know of someone whose life has been transformed through adult learning, or someone whose work on a ground-breaking learning project has made an important difference to adults' lives, why not nominate them for an Adult Learners' Week Award?

The Adult Learners' Week Awards recognise exceptional adult learners and inspirational learning projects. Whether you know a student, colleague, family member or friend whose life has been changed for the better by learning, or who has worked on a project that has made a difference to adults’ lives through learning, you can nominate them for an Adult Learners’ Week Award to celebrate their achievements.

Your nominee can be considered for one of the categories below if their learning is appropriate, so remember to tick the box on the form.

  • Apprentice of the Year Award
  • Digital Participation Award
  • European Social Fund Awards
  • Learning Works Awards
  • Learning Through Craft Award
  • Senior Learner Award
  • Young Adult Learner of the Year Award

Adult Learners’ Week Awards recognizes the achievements of inspirational people and projects in the world of adult learning. By making a nomination you can highlight the difference that learning makes to adults' lives, build learners' confidence, and inspire others.

Nominate online or by email at Adult Learners' Week 2012.

The closing date is 5pm on Friday 27 January 2012.

Everyone nominated will receive a Certificate of Achievement – winners receive between £200 and £1000 plus a certificate. These will be presented at award ceremonies held during Adult Learners’ Week 2012 from 12 to 18 May 2012.

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