Treloar’s wins Natspec Award 2022 for Inter-disciplinary Working
Treloar College was delighted to be awarded the Natspec Award for Multi-Disciplinary Team working and the role of the Progress and Transition Coordinator. The award winners were announced at the Natspec National conference in June.
Every student at Treloar’s has an allocated and named multi-disciplinary team who work effectively together to ensure students are successful in achieving their intended outcomes and in their lives after Treloar’s. It’s wonderful to be recognised for the amazing work our staff do to support students to plan for their future.
The Natspec Awards recognise and celebrate excellent practice in the specialist further education sector, with the goal of promoting innovation, and ensuring continuous improvement.
The Natspec judge, Lorraine Mulroney, said:
“Treloar College have acknowledged their continuous learning from staff and students when working with a wide multi-disciplinary team (MDT) by recognising the need for the role and function of the Progress and Transition Co-ordinator; this had led to more support and coordination for all the members of the MDT. This role also leads on support for the student transitioning both into and out of Treloar’s. This award recognises the importance and recognition of teamwork in inter-disciplinary working when acting in the best interests of students and families.”
Ben Bastin, Head of College, said:
“We are delighted to have won the Inter-disciplinary Working award from Natspec. It is recognition of the incredible work our teams do to focus their efforts on the needs of our learners. The co-ordination of their expertise ensures students maximise their potential and achieve their aims.”
You can learn more about the other Natspec award winners here:
Learn more about Progress and Transition at Treloar’s here:
Natspec is the membership association for organisations which offer specialist further education and training for students with learning difficulties and/or disabilities.