CTS wins big at ACTT’s QuITE Awards 2012
This year, CTS College was once again nominated for participation in the Accreditation Council of Trinidad and Tobago (ACTT) Quality in Tertiary Education (QuITE) awards and was shortlisted in two of the three categories. The results have spoken for us!
First we won an award for Student Support Services in Tertiary Education. The importance of this award cannot be understated as we have once again demonstrated our potential to meet and exceed the standards and quality established by the ACTT. More importantly, this award signifies the culture and legacy our Directors Mr. Ravi Ragoonath and Mr. Nigel Polar have always strived to promote at CTS College, since our inception in 1999 we have always valued our students and we always endeavoured to provide quality education and exceptional student support services, this award is a humbling testament to these endeavours.
CTS Wins Another Award on the Night!
And yes, CTS College also won another award on this momentous occasion and celebration of excellence in tertiary education. Considered the premier award for quality assurance standards in Trinidad and Tobago, an award for Excellence for an Established Quality Management System. This award is a first for CTS College and has distinguished us as only one of two schools to win multiple awards. Throughout the years we have partnered with our many stakeholders including students, lecturers, ACTT, and our staff to ensure quality education was being delivered. Receiving an award like this highlights our commitment to quality and ACTT’s recognition of our adherence to quality management standards.
CTS continues to be prominently featured at the QuITE awards and this victory follows up with our 2nd place last year in Student Support Services in Tertiary Education where we were the only private institution to have won an award. This achievement is certainly a rewarding and humbling experience; it is another significant milestone in the life of CTS College. As we look beyond the future, this milestone and achievement serves as a humble reminder that our students and lecturers are our greatest asset and that the college takes pride in developing the minds of today’s and tomorrow’s leaders.
Congratulations to us all!
Note: In understanding the magnitude of our success, there were only 7 awards given on the night, 2 were won by CTS, 2 by University of the Southern Caribbean. The following institutions won 1 award each: UTT, Pivot Point, Institute of Law and Academic Studies. There are over sixty registered institutions in Trinidad and Tobago.