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Awards

Here at NCC Homelearning we have won several prestigious awards in recent years.

Please see below for details on the awards we have recieved.

 


 

E3 Business Award

 E3 Business Awards

In 2013 NCC won the award for Business Education Collaboration. We were shortlisted from hundereds of entries, including fellow finalists Liverpool John Morres University, and won the award, which was presented at the Reebok Stadium, 
Our MD, Tony Smith was quoted:
"NCC Home Learning is delighted to be recognised for its contribution to education in the North West. We work extremely hard to provide the best service possible to our customers, and to see the hard work rewarded with a nomination for such a prestigious award is a great testament to our business. Our focus is on growth and business development, so to be associated with the E3 awards is fantastic."



YEUK

 YEUK Award


NCC were delighted to win Youth Friendly SME 2014 at the awards ceremony held in Chelsea Football Club, Stamford Bridge, presented by the Skills Minister, Nick Boles MP.
The national Youth Friendly badge is a free award that is given to individuals and organisations who commit to two forms of “Youth Friendly” behaviour a year. 

Tony Smith MD NCC said:
“To receive an Award from YEUK for our work with young people feels very special, effectively, we are not doing that much different to a great many employers who believe that the current youth talent pool needs an opportunity.”

“As businesses need to diversify, what better a place to look at than those young people who have excellent technology skills and are looking for a break to demonstrate what they can do.”



 Chamber Awards

 Chamber Awards

NCC were crowned with the prestigious title "Online Business of the Year” at the National Chamber Awards. The glittering event was held at The Brewery in London, with Olympic silver medallist Colin Jackson hosting the evening.
We were praised by the judging panel for using online technology to transform its business. Having been a client-facing operation before government funding cuts in 2009, the company diversified into a home learning website to sell its resources via the internet.Nora Senior, President of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) said:
“I visit many businesses up and down the country and I am constantly impressed by their determination, innovation and the contributions they are making to their local communities. With focus and passion, NCC Resources has developed a fine offering in the marketplace, and is showing the world why Business is good for Britain.”