OCN NI Learner Awards Highly Commended & Winner

We would like to congratulate all learners and providers who were nominated for the OCN NI Learner Awards 2019. Below you will find the list of those who achieved our highly commended awards, and those who won.

Voluntary/Community Sector Learner of the Year Highly Commended

  • Anthony McCrory, AMH
  • Chloe Adams, AMH
  • Eamon Kearney, Extern Works
  • Patrick Jennings, NOW Group
  • Sean Doherty, MGS Consulting
  • Stephen Condie, AMH
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Voluntary/Community Sector Learner of the Year Winner

  • Rhys Field, One Eighty Restaurant 
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Further Education Learner of the Year Highly Commended

  • Chloe Gray, NRC
  • Jamie Dallas, Loughview Training Services

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Further Education Learner of the Year Winner

  • Daniel Wotherspoon, Larne Skills Development

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Schools Learner of the Year Highly Commended

  • Loren Stewart, Movilla High School
  • Ethan Todd, Lagan College
  • Ciara Maguire, Parkanaur College

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Schools Learner of the Year Winner

  • Georgie Courtney, Lagan College

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Health & Well-being Learner of the Year Highly Commended

  • Chrisopher Hannant, Orchardville
  • Eileen Pollock, AMH
  • Linda Stevenson, AMH
  • Lisa Cole, AMH
  • Veronica Trainer, AMH

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Health & Well-being Learner of the Year Winner

  • Sam McGarrigle, BMC

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Inspiring Tutor/Teacher of the Year Highly Commended

  • Ann-Marie Flanagan, Clanyre Group
  • Jacquie Guinn, Life Dock Training
  • Jennifer Kettle, Ashton Community Trust
  • Tony Ladurner, Extern Works

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Inspiring Tutor/Teacher of the Year Winner

  • Graham Bowden, Tree NI

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Provider of the Year Highly Commended

  • Start360
  • Southern Health and Social Services
  • Action Mental Health
  • Now Group

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Provider of the Year Winner

  • Women's Tec

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