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The parents of Ballymena student, Jackson Taylor who received a ‘Highest Achieving Student’ award at Northern Regional College’s Students Awards in Farm Lodge, Ballymena have praised College staff for all the support their son received. Jackson finished first year of a Level 3 Diploma in IT top of his class and is on target to complete the Extended Level 3 Diploma next year.

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Daniel Trew, from Ballyclare, who recently won Inspirational Student of the Year at Northern Regional College’s Student Awards, is pictured with (left to right) Professor Terri Scott, Principal & Chief Executive of Northern Regional College, and Deputy Lord Mayor Councillor Anne-Marie Logue. Daniel, who is currently studying Health & Social Care at the College is the sole care giver for his mother who has a diagnosis of advanced Multiple Sclerosis.

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Oisin Campbell, from Moneymore, who won Inspirational Student of the Year at Northern Regional College’s 2019 Student Awards at the Magherafelt campus, is pictured with (left to right) Vincent Taggart, Vice Principal of Teaching and Learning at Northern Regional College and Bill McCluggage of the College’s Board of Governors. Oisin, who previously studied at St Colm’s and experienced serious speech impediments from a young age, gained an overall distinction in his Level 3 Sport course. Oisin plays Gaelic football and hurling with Ballinscreen GAC.

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Professor Terri Scott, Principal and Chief Executive of Northern Regional College is pictured with the winners of Student Union Officer of the Year and Student Class Representatives of the Year at Northern Regional College’s 2019 Student Awards. Eden Campbell (back row), who is from Coleraine and attends the College’s Ballymoney campus to study Creative Media was awarded Student Union Officer of the Year. (Front row, left to right) Holly Devenney, from Coleraine who is a Route2Work student, and Jadzia Menham, from Ballymoney and currently undertaking an Access to Opportunity course shared the Student Class Representative award for the Ballymoney campus, whilst Luke Cassidy, who is from Garvagh and currently studying for his Level 3 Diploma in IT, took home the prize for the Coleraine campus.

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A young Ballymena mum who struggled at school was one of the ‘Highest Achieving Students’ to be recognised at Northern Regional College’s student awards ceremonies this week. Lauren Kernohan (25) from Ballymena not only successfully completed Level 2 Diploma in Professional Cookery at the College in Ballymena but finished top of her class. Lauren, who has two children aged 3 and 8, has just taken up a new position as cook in a Galgorm nursing home.

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Lisa Burns, Student Finance Manager at Northern Regional College, won a prestigious award at the recent National Association of Student Money Advisers (NASMA) Conference. Lisa was awarded ‘Student Money Adviser of the Year’ at a ceremony in Manchester. The awards are open to all advisers and fund administrator working to support further and higher education students in the UK. The award was made to an individual adviser who has excelled in his/her field and made a contribution to students individually or to student money advice more generally that is not only over and above the call of duty but also in line with the NASMA Values.

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