For a number of years, RSPH has given awards to learners who have achieved the highest score that year for their qualification.
This year these awards have been expanded to include centres, tutors and learners taking qualifications that are not assessed by an examination.They have also been renamed collectively as the Hygeia Awards after the Greek goddess of health and well-being.
Winning a Hygeia Award is recognition of outstanding achievement. Past winners have used their award to increase their employment prospects, while recognition from peers in the workplace has also proved invaluable.
- Centre of Excellence Award - Le Cordon Bleu and Rentokil-Initial
- Excellence in Learner Support Award - Michelle Dyoss (centre: Selph Consultancy)
- Food Safety Award - Lynne-Anne Allinson (centre: Verner-Wheelock)
- HACCP Award - Juliette Jahaj (centre: Campden BRI)
- Health Improvement Award - Peter Thurston (centre: Norfolk LPC)
- Heggie Award - Emily Daniels (centre: North Tees NHS Trust)
- Pest Management Award - Patrick Poore (centre: BPCA)
- Young Health Champions Award - Joseph Roberts (centre: Wigan Council Start Well) and Jessica Tunks (centre: Health talks)
- Excellence in Learner Support Award - Michelle Lancaster (centre: North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust)
- Food Safety Award - Matthew Bennett for the Level 4 Award in Managing Food Safety in Catering (centre: Paul Povey) and Justyna Pupiec-Ademowicz for the Level 4 Award in Food Safety Management for Manufacturing -(centre: Verner Wheelock)
- HACCP Award - Abdulrahman Jandal Alrifai (centre: Food Safety & Control Management Ltd) and Yanis Skerstins (centre: Verner Wheelock)
- Heggie Award - Paul Abrahams (centre: North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust)
- Pest Management Award - James McKenna (centre: Rentokil)