D&T Excellence Awards 2019
This year we were delighted to welcome our winners and their guests to the presentation dinner for the 19th Design & Technology Association Excellence Awards. The Awards were held at IET London, 2 Savoy Place, London WC2R 0BL on Friday 22nd March 2019 hosted by the D&T Association and the Institution of Engineering Technology. Dan Sibert from Foster & Partners gave an inspiring after dinner talk about his career in architecture. The awards gave professional recognition to individuals nominated by their colleagues for their unique work in design and technology education across the categories.
The winners for the 19th Design and Technology Excellence Awards are listed below. We have had an outstanding number of nominations this year and it is really positive to see all the hard work that takes place in our D&T classrooms. We would like to thank those that nominated a colleague. The caliber of nominations that we received this year was very high. If you made a nomination this year and your candidate was not successful, they will automatically go into the nominations for next year. We would like to thank you for your continued efforts within Design and Technology.
Thank you to all of our sponsors for their invaluable support: The IET, The James Dyson Foundation, The Royal Academy of Engineering, Technology Supplies Ltd, Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA), HME Logistics LLP, N.E.J Stevenson and The Woolmark Company.
The winners in the following categories are as follows:
CATEGORY 1: Dave Bausor, winner of Technology Supplies Award for Innovation and creativity in design and technology
CATEGORY 2: Rehiat Kabir, winner of Inspirational teaching of design and technology – Primary
CATEGORY 3: Jason Chapman, winner of The HME Logistics Award for Inspirational teaching of design and technology – Secondary
CATEGORY 4: Gwen Andrews, winner of The James Dyson Foundation award for excellence in engineering education
CATEGORY 5: Andrew Duffey, winner of The IET Award for creative use of digital technologies in design and technology
CATEGORY 6: Louise Catherine Glover winner of the Manufacturing Technologies Association Award for Industry engagement
CATEGORY 7: Michael O'Connell, winner of the Development of STEM learning opportunities Award
CATEGORY 8: Shonak Joshi, winner of the Royal Academy for Engineering Award for Exceptional pupil achievement
CATEGORY 9: David Jones, winner of The Woolmark Company Award for Design and technology subject leadership
CATEGORY 10: Darren Wilde, winner of Supporting design and technology award
CATEGORY 11: Tracey Goodyere, winner of Design and technology teacher education
CATEGORY 12: Tim Brotherhood and Andy Mitchell winners of the NEJ Stevenson Award for Outstanding contribution to Design and Technology
If you are interested in sponsoring 2020 awards, please do contact Debbie Woodbridge (Debbie.email@example.com) to express your interest.
Associated Filesl Awards Form categories 2019.pdf (2)
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