Support worker is named top of the class

Alison Timmins has become the fourth recipient of The Professional Recognition Award awarded by Doncaster College to its staff. She is pictured (middle) with Debbie Adams (left), Assistant Director, Sport, Leisure and Public Services at Doncaster College and George Trow (right), Principal and Chief Executive of Doncaster College.
Alison Timmins has become the fourth recipient of The Professional Recognition Award awarded by Doncaster College to its staff. She is pictured (middle) with Debbie Adams (left), Assistant Director, Sport, Leisure and Public Services at Doncaster College and George Trow (right), Principal and Chief Executive of Doncaster College.

AN inspirational college support worker has being recognised for going that extra mile.

Alison Timmins has become the fourth recipient of The Professional Recognition Award awarded by Doncaster College to its staff.

Ms Timmins, 29, a pastoral support worker in the Academy of Wellbeing, and currently in the Sports and Public Service section, has won the award for the autumn term.

Staff are nominated by at least five colleagues.  

Ms Timmins, from Cantley, who has worked at the college for eight years, said, “ I’m really pleased to win but I just do my job, still I think I’m in the best academy in the college and we all support each other so I see it as a team award.”

Nominees Ms Timmins is “An invaluable and inspirational member of the team, she always goes that extra mile, she has been instrumental in creating systems and paperwork to support her role which have been adopted across college, she has supported students in her own free time. She is a real star!” Her prizes include a voucher for the College’s Inspire Hair and Beauty Salon.