The College was involved in the judging process which saw the award presented to the Children’s Bereavement Centre in Newark.
Martin Booth, Director of Education and Training at Newark College, said:
“As sponsors again in 2016, we were delighted to support the growth and celebration of business excellence in Newark. Our strategic aim is to be employer-led, producing a highly skilled and productive, local workforce and so it is only fitting that we sponsor an award that recognises the best local examples of how businesses are investing in training and staff development.
“Three very strong organisations made the final in this category and I was extremely pleased to present the award to the Children's Bereavement Centre. Their investment in ensuring through training that all staff were able to consistently provide a service that protected and supported vulnerabilities was a key reason for their win; an excellent example of the power of staff development.
“We wish them every success in their business and look forward to sponsoring the Training and Staff Development Award in 2017.”