A further eight schools and colleges, not in council control, including South Birmingham College, Birmingham Adult Education Service and Lordswood Girls in Harborne, have also made bids.
What does BAES stand for?
BAES stands for Birmingham Adult Education Service (UK)
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- Burn Area Emergency Response (California)
- Burned Area Emergency Rehabilitation
- Bay Area Electric Railroad Association (Rio Vista Junction, CA)
- British Atomic Energy Research Establishment
- Basic Atomic Energy Research Institute (South Korea)
- Bay Area Environmental Research Institute (California)
- Bay Area English Regency Society
- Banjul American Embassy School (Gambia)
- Beijing Academy of Educational Sciences (Beijing, China)
- Bill Arp Elementary School (Douglasville, GA)
- Bloc Autonome Eclairage de Sécurité (French: Block Autonomous Security Lighting)
- Bovine Aortic Endothelial Cell
- Burned Area Emergency Response Specialist (various organizations)
- Buenos Aires Embotelladora SA (Spanish; Argentina beverage company)
- British Association of Executive Search Consultants
- Bay Area Environmental Safety Group
- Bay Area Earth Science Institute (San Francisco, CA)
- Bibliography of Archaeological Excavations in the Southern Levant (database)
- British Aerospace Simulation Limited
- Bentley Alliance for Ethics and Social Responsibility (Waltham, MA)
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A further eight schools and colleges, outside council control, including South Birmingham College, Birmingham Adult Education Service and Lordswood Girls School in Harborne, have also made bids.
But Abdellatif's work for the Birmingham Adult Education Service impressed the judges the most.
Abdellatif Erraoui, who teaches Arabic and French for the Birmingham Adult Education Service, has received a Department for Education and Skills STAR award for an outstanding contribution to the quality of adult learning.
Organisers particularly want to receive nominations from Birmingham following last year's success of Abdellatif Erraoui, an Arabic and French tutor at Birmingham Adult Education Service and Bournville College, who won the Learners Choice category.
Byline: PATRICIA MASON Dear Editor, - Further to recent correspondence about Birmingham's links with J R R Tolkien, I'd just like to mention that Birmingham Adult Education Service is running an evening course, on the man himself, this very term.
He has been short-listed because of his work teaching French and Arabic to groups of parents and children as part of a pioneering project by Birmingham Adult Education Service.
Eight Awards were presented by Shefali Oza of BBC Midlands Today for innovative lifelong learning projects from across the spectrum of providers: Birmingham Adult Education Service, FE colleges, schools, and community-based organisations.