Ayesha Juddoo Finalist in National Facilitator Awards 2023
We are thrilled to announce that Ayesha Juddoo – our Learning and Development / MSc Coordinator – has been named a finalist in the prestigious National Facilitator Awards under the category of ‘Above and Beyond’. This recognition is a testament to her exceptional skills, unwavering dedication, and consistency in going above and beyond in her role.
The National Facilitator Awards celebrate individuals like Ayesha Juddoo who have excelled in the field of teaching excellence. These awards highlight the crucial role of facilitators in fostering understanding and collaboration in various domains, from business to education and beyond. The category of ‘Above and Beyond’ recognises a facilitator who goes Above and Beyond “who will exceed individuals’ expectations. They go that extra step for their delegates and/or the customer. They provide further information and resources whilst also being flexible to adapt to meet the needs of delegates and customers. Ayesha’s nomination as a finalist reflects her outstanding achievements and her unwavering commitment to education inclusivity and learner success.
Upon learning of her nomination as a finalist, Ayesha shared her thoughts:
“I am deeply honoured to be recognised as a finalist in the National Facilitator Awards. Working with learners from all over the world and helping them to achieve educational success is something I love. There’s nothing better than seeing someone earn their MSc degree or attain a BTEC diploma, knowing you’ve helped facilitate that. To be recognised by the NFA in the category of ‘Above and Beyond’ is overwhelming. I can’t believe it. ”
The winners will be announced on 17th November at York racecourse, where Ayesha’s work will be celebrated alongside other facilitation luminaries.
We wish her the best of luck in the final round of the awards!