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|Title:||Professional Recognition Award|
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For her loyalty and dedication to students, Becky Fores has become the recipient of the Professional Recognition Award, presented by Doncaster College and University Centre to its staff.
Becky, Sport and Public Services Lecturer, has won the award for the summer term which was presented to her by George Trow, Principal and Chief Executive of Doncaster College and University Centre.
Becky works tirelessly to ensure that students are provided with a positive learning experience. She has worked above and beyond to organise a wide variety of enrichment visits, ranging from an Army Residential Week to Track Cycling at Manchester Velodrome.
Becky said, ‘I can’t believe I’ve received this award. All I do is try and work hard for the students. That’s what we are all here for isn’t it? As long as I am making a difference to their lives and education then I’m happy.’
The Awards are now in their third year and have gone from strength to strength. They were launched in late 2011, to recognise the professional contribution that staff make towards the work of the College. The award is given three times a year so a member of staff will be honoured once a term.
Staff are nominated by at least five colleagues from different areas of the College. The College’s Executive team then views the nominations and decides on a winner.
Becky’s nominees said of her,
‘Going the extra mile’ is a norm for Becky!’
‘Learners often see Becky as their ‘rock’’
‘Becky is a powerful recipe for promoting ‘what we do best’ and continuously strives to promote Sport and Public Service and Doncaster College within local businesses and the wider community through organising volunteering and work experience opportunities for learners.’
Her prizes include vouchers for a meal at the College's Waterfront Restaurant, and for the College’s Inspire Salon.
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