CDN Award Grand prix winners
FVC wins big at CDN Awards
Forth Valley College won the main Grand Prix Award, two golds and one bronze at the College Development Network Marketing Awards 2018 on Thursday 15 March.
The College’s Communications and Marketing Team won the Integrated Marketing Campaign and the Promotional Literature categories and lifted a Bronze award for the Students Award for Website at the ceremony which was held in the Drygate Brewery in Glasgow and marked the twentieth anniversary for the awards which began in 1998.
FVC won the Integrated Marketing Campaign for their Modern Apprenticeship Week ‘MA Highlights’ campaign and scooped the Promotional Literature category for their FYI school magazine for the senior school pupils.
The overall Grand Prix prize– presented for the best submission overall at the awards – was awarded to the college for its impressive ‘MA Highlights’ entry.
Hosted this year by Dunfermline football legend and Provost of Fife Jim Leishman, the annual College Development Network (CDN) Marketing Awards are designed to recognise and celebrate the excellent marketing and communication practice taking place in colleges across Scotland.
Dr Ken Thomson, Principal of FVC attended the event along with David Allison FVC’s Vice Principal Information Systems and Communications and the college’s Communications and Marketing Team.
He said: “We are absolutely delighted to win the overall Grand Prix prize and the two gold awards at the CDN awards. It’s fantastic to have our efforts recognised throughout the sector like this.
“Year on year the Forth Valley College Communications and Marketing Department raise the bar on the work they produce and everyone at the college should be very proud of their efforts.
“Our entire focus throughout the college is ‘Making Learning Work’ and we always aspire to rolling out progressive and exciting initiatives and programmes for our learners and staff. But we need an innovative, creative and dedicated Communications and Marketing team to showcase what we do to the outside world and I am so pleased and proud that we have that here at Forth Valley College.”