Introducing the inaugural ‘Health Academy Education Awards’ at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust.

The awards celebrate and recognise the outstanding contribution that our colleagues at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals have made to Education and Training over the last 12 months.

The Awards will take place at Ribby Hall Hotel on the evening of Friday 30th June.

As well the awards themselves, colleagues will enjoy a complimentary meal and entertainment, which promise to have you on your feet as we celebrate the Education stars of LTHTR.

Nominations from the 11 award categories are open to staff members, learners and trainees at LTHTR with full details of how you can nominate below:

Nominations will close at midnight on Friday 3rd March 2023.

Award Categories

This award recognises a truly outstanding learning environment. This is based on internal feedback provided by learners and trainees including surveys, focus groups, placement evaluation scores and STAR rating as well as external feedback from surveys such as NETS and GMC NTS.

This award recognises a teacher that has delivered a teaching session and/or an Interprofessional learning session that has most inspired you and that continuously demonstrates a real passion and determination to education that shines through in their teaching.   This teaching could have taken place in a classroom or online setting. 
Entry Criteria:  This award is open to any colleague who delivers teaching in a classroom-based setting 
To nominate in this category please click the link: 
This award recognises the staff member who provided you with the most inspiring practice-based teaching that has enhanced your learning opportunities and contributed positively to your learning journey.  
Entry Criteria:  This award is open to any staff member who delivers teaching in a practice-based environment. 
To nominate in this category please click the link: 
This award recognises colleagues that have assessed your skills, knowledge, and ability during your learning journey and that you feel has most supported you well.  This could be in a developmental support or pastoral support capacity. 

 

Entry Criteria:  This award is open to colleagues who support learners throughout their learning journey and a  
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This category is for the colleague who has supported a learner and/or trainee who may have additional learning needs, a disability or have had to overcome a particularly challenging situation. The colleague has recognised the learner and/or trainee potential and supported them to achieve their desired outcomes.  
Entry Criteria:  This award is open to all colleagues within the Trust. 
To nominate in this category please click the link: 
This category recognises the colleague who goes that extra mile to support our learners and trainers.  This individual could be someone that continuously goes above and beyond and demonstrates this through their hard work, listening ear, support or guidance to name but a few.  
Entry Criteria:  This award is open to all colleagues within the Trust. 
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This category is for the colleague or team that have implemented innovative solutions within teaching practice to improve the learner experience.  This could be in the form of digital technology or put simply, an idea that has been developed and implemented to support the delivery of education and training. 
Entry Criteria:  This award is only open to all colleagues and teams within the Trust. 
To nominate in this category please click the link: 
This award recognises truly outstanding colleagues who champion education and training at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals whilst acting as an inspirational role model to staff, learners and trainees. 
Entry Criteria:  This award is only open to all clinical colleagues within the Trust who contribute to education and training delivery. 
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This award recognises truly outstanding colleagues who champion education and training at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals whilst acting as an inspirational role model to staff, learners and trainees. 
Entry Criteria:  This award is only open to all non-clinical colleagues within the Trust who contribute to education and training delivery. 
To nominate in this category please click the link: 
This category is for the colleague within the Education Directorate at the Trust, that you feel has provided outstanding support, advice and/or guidance to learners or colleagues within the Trust.  
Entry Criteria:  This award is only open to colleagues working within The Health Academy, whether that be in a teaching or non-teaching capacity. 
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This award is chosen by a judging panel based on all the outstanding individuals and teams that have been shortlisted and won awards this evening.  The Health Academy Excellence in Education Award showcases the best in Education and is our most coveted award.