The RSPH Level 2 Award for Young Health Champions has been shortlisted for the qualification of the year award at the FAB 2019 Awards.
This qualification enables learners to provide peer support through an understanding of the individual and social drivers of healthy and unhealthy behaviours as well as signpost local health services. The qualification is for individuals with an interest in health and wellbeing who want to help their peers develop a healthier lifestyle.
The FAB Awards recognises the contributions made by awarding organisations and their employees to education and skills in the UK over the past year.
Now in its 5th year, the FAB 2019 Awards dinner, sponsored by Creatio, is being held at the end of the first day of the FAB Conference, on 10 October at the Marriott Hotel in Leicester.
Tom Bewick, FAB Chief Executive, said: “the FAB Awards is an opportunity for the industry to come together to celebrate success and share good practice. The standard of entries this year was exceptionally high and we look forward to announcing the winners at the Awards dinner.”
The finalists are:
Awarding Organisation of the Year - Sponsored by Creatio
Qualification of the year - Sponsored by Coelrind
- Active IQ
- Excellence Achievement and Learning Ltd (EAL)
- Qualsafe Awards
- Royal Society for Public Health
Collaboration of the Year - Sponsored by Smart Assessor
- Agored Cymru, The Royal College of Nursing, NPTC Group of Colleges, and University of South Wales
- ABE (Associate of Business Executives) and United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO)
- Gateway Qualifications and Holland & Barrett Training
- Training Qualifications UK and The Skills Network
- Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) Art & Design Team and British Academy of Jewellers (BAJ)
- Qualsafe Awards and The ATACC Group
Learner of the Year - Sponsored by Gordon Associates
- Kaylee McNally
- Helen Bull
- Kudzai Mhlanga
- Mark Miles
- Megan Wilkinson
- Philip Bostock
Outstanding Contribution of the Year - Sponsored by PSI
- Danielle Fallon – Training Qualifications UK
- Sue Stokes – Agored Cymru
- Marie Porter – Phoenix Community Housing
- Tom Costigan – Training Qualifications UK
- Darren Naughton – Qualsafe Awards