Lightmongers Educational Awards

The Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London – MSc in Light & Lighting

Award Description Presentation date Nomination Date Sponsor Value, £
Award for outstanding
achievement on the MSc
course.
May November Canary
Wharf
Group
£1000 to
the
successful
student

LET Award

The Lightmongers Award for the best student of the year on the Lighting Education Trust (LET) Diploma in Lighting. May March Kingfisher
Lighting
£500

Lighting Industry Association (LIA) HNC/HND in Lighting Design and Technology – Best Student Award

The best student on the LIA HNC/HND in Lighting Design and Technology Course. May March Liveryman Ray Reid £1000 to
the
successful
student

ALD Award

The Lightmongers Prize for
new talent in Entertainment
Lighting. For graduates
working in the Entertainment
Lighting area in the first 5
years of their career. The award is based on the submission of a portfolio of recent work.
May March Liveryman Peter McVeigh and Status International £500 to
the
successful
student

City & Guilds

The Lightmongers Award for best Apprentice Not presented every year. The Master £500

Affiliations with Schools

Hugh Ogus/Lightmongers prizes.
For Deaf children, Head boy and Girl at Mary Hare School Newbury
May Simon Ogus £200
For Blind children, Head boy and girl at New College Worcester. May Simon Ogus £200
Schools Science Prizes
Science / Technology prize awarded to best project at Mary Hare School and New College Worcester
School Speech Days Lightmongers Charity Trust £100 per
winner and £50 for runner-up

Affiliations with H.M. Services

Awards to each of the three affiliated services. The Commanding Officer nominates a member of the Unit, Squadron or Company in recognition of exceptional merit/achievement in a particular task or study.

The Lightmongers Achievement Award to 579 Field Squadron of the Territorial Army (101 City of London Engineers Regiment) March Liveryman Bob Harris £750
The Lightmongers Merit Award to HMS Queen Elizabeth. March Past Master John Harding £750
The Lightmongers Merit Award to 606 (Chiltern) Squadron Royal Auxiliary Air Force. March Past Master Rod Bennion £750

Mansion House Scholarships Scheme

Annual contribution to this City of London scheme Mid year Lightmongers Charity Trust £500

Construction Liveries Group (CLG) Annual Awards

CLG Awards presented by the Lord Mayor:
Master Craftsman
Journeyman
Apprentice
March
each year
The
Worshipful
Company of
Lightmongers
N/A
Liveryman Stuart Mucklejohn
Chair of Education Committee