Fife Partnership Excellence Awards 2012
Archived news: published on Wednesday 20 Jun 2012 by Fife Council
Winners of the Fife Partnership Excellence Awards 2012 will be announced at the awards ceremony to be heldin the Rothes Halls, Glenrothes on 22 June 2012. The finalists of the seven categories were selectedfrom the 52 submissionsreceived.
Diarmuid Cotter, Fife Council’s Customer Services Manager said, “The Excellence Awards are held every two yearsandwere established to recognise and celebrate the creativity, innovation and performance of teams across Fife’s partner organisations. Over the last 12 years they have proved to be a great way of highlighting the many areas of excellence across the Partnership and this year has been no exception with some wonderful projects making it to the final stage.”
The finalists are:
Education, Skills & Employability
- Fife Council, Opportunities Fife Client Action Team (CAT)
- CaskieberranPrimary School, Business & Education Partnership
- Skills Development Scotland, Partnership Action for Continuing Employment (PACE) – Fife
This category promotes access to learning opportunities and help for all to achieve their full potential as they move from school to university and college or into the workforce.
Health & wellbeing at work and/or in the community
- NHS Fife / Fife Council, Moving & Handling for Family Carers Project
- FifeCouncil, Healthy Heating Strategy & Action Plan
- Universityof St Andrews & East Fife Detached Youth Work Team, Saints Community Football Project
This category focuses on improving places of work and local communitiesdemonstrating improvements in safety, health, exercise and improved diet and lifestyle.
- FifeDomestic & Sexual Abuse Partnership, CEDAR (Children Experiencing Domestic Abuse Recovery)
- PAMIS Fife / Fife Council / NHS Fife, Changing Places
- Fife Council, Family Support in Fife
This category recognises efforts to tackle inequality and deprivation within communities such as children, people with disabilities and people from a minority ethnic background.
- FifeCouncil, Carnegie Leisure Centre Refurbishment
- FifeCouncil, The Great Renewable Energy Race (GRER)
- Fife Council, Pittencrieff House Museum Restoration Project
This category promotes projects that will help create a long term sustainable approach to a high quality of life.
Service Innovation and Improvement
- FifeCouncil, 4 Bin Service
- Fife Council, Community GAINS (Participatory budgeting)
- FifeCouncil, Secondary Management Structures Project
This category highlights the delivery of quality services at a time of rapid change in resources, demographics and demand demonstrating new approaches to collaborative working, delivering services and outcomes for local people.
A Workforce for the Future
- FifeCouncil, Adopted Apprentices
- Kingdom Housing Association Ltd, Wider role fife Works Project
- FifeCouncil, Managing Workforce Change
This category focuses on ensuring that organisations retain and attract the right people and maximise the opportunities to develop the workforce and plan for the future.
One for the Future
- NHS Fife, Protection for All Learning & Development Programme
- Dysart Support Centre, Dysart Support Centre natural Connections Programme
- Kingdom Housing Association Ltd, Housing Innovation Showcase
This is an award made by the judges for the most innovative project, which as yet may not have evidence of results but has thepotential to deliver success.
The Fife Partnership is made up of CVS Fife, Fife Council, Fife Constabulary, Scotland’s Colleges Fife, St AndrewsUniversity, NHS Fife, Scottish Enterprise Fife, Skills Development Scotland, SEStran, and the Scottish Government.
For more information contactMary Robinson, Improvement Advisor
Tel: 08451 55 55 55 + Ext 44 11 47 Fax: 01592 583527 Contact Mary Robinson online
By Post: Fife Council, Fife House, North Street, Glenrothes, KY7 5LT