Institute of IT Training – new award announced

by | Jul 9, 2009 | Articles

The Institute of IT Training are inviting organisations to enter their prestigious awards and  have included 2 new awards that will be of interest to organisations and individuals who would like recognition for their innovation in learning and development

Learning Technology Solution of the year

This Award is presented to an enterprise that has carried out a  training project using one or more learning technologies that demonstrates high quality and innovation – in terms of both content and instructional techniques – and that has made demonstrable performance improvement for the organisation.  This award is not longer about e-content solutions alone but can include a wide range of learning technology tools, infrastructure, consultancy etc.

We are certainly excited about the opportunities this will open up to showcase the excellent work being done in this area.

Instructional Designer of the year

This will be presented to an individual who has delivered a piece of work that shows exceptional instructional design and impact on the leaner and organisation.

Other categories include:

Training company , Training Department (public sector), Training Department ( private) , Internal training project, External training project, Venue, Innovation in Training Services, Staff Development programme, Training Manager, freelance trainer and Trainer of the year.

It is free to enter and you have until the 30th of September to prepare your submission.

Find out more here.

For hints and tips on how to prepare a great submission – click here.

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