Care Awards Winners 2016

Congratulations to all our Care and Support  Awards Winners 2016

An Individual’s Outstanding Commitment to Learning and Development

The winner of this award will be an individual, at any level within their organisation, who has demonstrated an outstanding commitment or achievement in their own learning and development.

Sarah Weeks

 

An Organisations Outstanding Commitment to Learning and Development
The winner of this award will be an organisation that has demonstrated an outstanding commitment to learning and development. The judging panel will be looking to see that the organisation demonstrates enthusiasm and determination in identifying and meeting the training needs of its whole workforce and promotes a culture of continual learning and development.

PROMAS

Excellence in leadership Award
The winner of this category will be an individual, at any level in an organisation, who has demonstrated outstanding and effective leadership in their organisation.

Lynn Toman, Brandon Trust

Outstanding Carer/Support Worker
The winner of this award will be an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to the care and/or support of others. It is open to people who work in any area of the sector and includes people who work in the statutory, private or Voluntary, Community or Social Enterprise organisations.

Demelza Kitts, Falcare and Pam Bowman, Shared Lives`

Volunteer of the Year Award
The winner of this award will be an individual who has demonstrated an outstanding contribution in their role as a volunteer.

John Barnard, Coastline Housing

Voluntary, Community or Social Enterprise Organisation of the Year Award
The winner of this award will be VCSE organisation who has demonstrated an outstanding contribution to delivery of excellent services in the adult health, social care and support sector.

Cornwall Befriending

Unsung Hero Award
The winner of this award will be an individual, group or team who have made a real difference to the experiences of those within their work or communities. They may not be visible, but there are many people who work in the wider sector who play an absolutely crucial role in the support of vulnerable adults. They may not be in a role with ‘carer’ or ‘support worker’ as their title yet their contribution has a hugely positive impact on the care and/or support of others.

Melanie Heffer, Coastline Housing

Apprentice of the Year
The winner of this award will be an individual who is currently undertaking an apprenticeship in the adult health, social care or supported housing sector and who has demonstrated an outstanding contribution or commitment to their own learning and/or the care and support of others.

Leah Taylor

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