Last week saw the return of the glittering Cardiff and Vale College Annual Awards evening, which took place at the college’s new £45million City Centre campus on Thursday 20th October 2016.
The event, which aims to recognise and celebrate the achievements and success of more than 20 students during the 2015-16 academic year, was hosted by the infamous Ross Harries from BBC Wales Radio and even saw the students themselves filling hospitality roles such as bartending, waiting, and ushering.
Members of Tribal’s ebs support team, including Emily Crowdle Richard Sharp, and Sarah Moore (pictured L-R) were invited to attend because of their excellent working relationship with the college’s MIS team.
The event saw curriculum area awards, apprenticeship awards, partner awards, and an alumni award to Polly James from Capital FM.
Also in attendance were local businesses, Capital FM, and local Universities – all of which were keen to support student success.
Cardiff University Head of Marketing and Student Recruitment David Roylance said:
Cardiff University is committed to recruiting the brightest students from all levels of society. Through our widening participation activities we are helping to break down the traditional barriers to a university education, and dispel the myth that access to a Russell Group university, such as Cardiff, is the preserve of a privileged elite.
The prestigious Cardiff and Vale College has over 20,000 learners and use Tribal’s ebs, Maytas and WEST tools to manage its provision.