The College of North West London's Construction Department received two awards for its training in plastering at the Worshipful Company of Plaisterers' annual awards this week.
The College trains students and apprentices from basic level through to advanced and specialised plastering techniques.
At the ceremony in the Plaisterers' Hall in the City of London, CNWL's Plastering department was recognised as the best training facility in London and the Home Counties. The College was also named as runner up in the Sir John Pirie Cup, which recognises student success rates.
Tim Weston (pictured third from left), the College's section manager for Construction, said: "The Worshipful Company of Plaisterers is a highly-respected professional trade guild with centuries of tradition. These awards join many others in our own history and we are proud and honoured to receive them."
Tim received the awards from The Rt. Hon. the Lord Mayor of the City of London, Alderman Dr Andrew Parmley (pictured left) and officials from the Worshipful Company of Plaisterers.
The awards came just a week before two recent graduates of the College's Plastering department head off to the finals of Worldskills UK, where they will be competing against another six of the best plastering students from across the country.