Christopher Millington, who has worked at Kidderminster College for ten years as a Learning Support Practitioner, has won a ‘No Barriers’ award for his work with people with disabilities.
The aim of the Wyre Forest Council’s ‘No Barriers’ awards is to recognise and reward individuals, businesses or organisations that go the extra mile for people with disabilities within the Wyre Forest district.
Christopher says, “I have always enjoyed working at the college and it has given me a platform to help our learners achieve both social and educational goals. I have learned a great deal and also been fortunate enough to have worked with some wonderful people, and so I would like to dedicate my award to some of those amazing people I have worked alongside or supported during my time at college.”
The 10th annual No Barriers Awards, were held at Wyre Forest House where winners were presented with their certificates By Councillor Fran Oborski and The Mayor of Kidderminster, Nicky Gale.
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