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We are delighted to announce Ulster University as winner of the AC IITD Excellence in Coaching Award at this year’s prestigious IITD Awards, held in Killashee House Hotel, Naas on 6th March.

The Excellence in Coaching Award 2015 was presented to Ulster University in recognition of their bespoke, integrated and organic introduction of a coaching culture across all stakeholders in the University to include all Students, Academic and Administrative Staff.

This year we are also very pleased to announce that the award for ‘Best Not For Profit’ organisation goes to Action Cancer in acknowledgement of their pioneering and inclusive application of coaching in order to address mental health well-being for those affected by cancer.

We hope to showcase the inspirational work of both Ulster University and Action Cancer in the coming months via our Master Class and Think Tank series.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank most sincerely all of our applicants for investing time and energy into submitting such remarkable entries. The judges were incredibly impressed with the quality and quantity of applications received.

We are genuinely enthused at the sheer scale and quality of coaching interventions and wish everyone success in building upon same into the future.

Once again we would like to congratulate Ulster University, our 2015 Excellence in Coaching award winners and look forward to receiving your award submissions for 2016 Excellence in Coaching Award.

Johanna Fullerton

Head of Corporate Membership

AC Ireland