Awards

The City & Guilds Foundation is dedicated to using the power of celebration to recognise and reward quality, excellence and outstanding results, whilst sharing best practice and inspiring change.

Princess Royal
Training Awards

Ampersand
Awards

Livery Company
Prizes

3

Through an assortment of prestigious awards that honour employers, City & Guilds employees, learners and tutors, the Foundation seeks to promote the acknowledgement, appreciation and celebration of individuals and organisations who demonstrate commitment and investment in skills development.

300+

organisations awarded

Princess Royal Training Awards

Honouring employers who have created outstanding training and skills development programmes which have resulted in exceptional commercial benefits.
650+

colleagues recognised

Ampersand Awards

Valuing and revering City & Guilds staff, the Ampersand Awards are a great way for us to celebrate our values, our purpose and our people.
30+

prizes given

Livery Company Prizes

Honouring outstanding achievements from students or tutors who have taken or taught City & Guilds qualifications in the trade of a Livery Company.

Reflecting on our achievements in 2022

As the end of 2022 fast approaches, the team at the City & Guilds Foundation took some time to reflect and share their top highlights and achievements from the last year and moments to be proud of. Laura Mountain “Thinking about what we’ve collectively achieved...

Demonstrating the impact of outstanding training with The Princess Royal Training Awards class of 2022

This year 46 organisations came together at London’s Banqueting House on Tuesday 6th December to be personally congratulated on stage by HRH The Princess Royal, alongside Chief Executive of City & Guilds, Kirstie Donnelly MBE and Chair of City & Guilds, Dame Ann Limb.

Celebrating 46 UK organisations who have outstanding workplace training programmes with HRH The Princess Royal

On Tuesday 6th December, Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal, welcomed 46 organisations to Banqueting House in London to celebrate successfully achieving a Princess Royal Training Award for their commitment to training and development.

Cox London: Valuing individuality and diversity

Research by UNESCO in 2022 into the creative industries demonstrated a decline in the value of the cultural and leisure sectors and a substantial loss of jobs since the Covid-19 pandemic.

OnSide: A sustainable approach to securing the next generation of leaders

The youth work sector has faced significant challenges in recent years, with a billion-pound reduction in investment and a depleting pool of talent in senior leadership.

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