Information on how to enter for the National Training Awards 2006
‘Do you have a training and development programme that has delivered outstanding results? Are you looking for a way to celebrate the exceptional impact training and learning has had on your business?
Enter the National Training Awards 2006 and you could attain the UK’s premier accolade for training and development.
The Awards are open to individuals or organisations, from large businesses to SME’s, community to public sector and charitable to voluntary organisations. We welcome entries from partnerships and training providers too – you may have worked in partnership with others, or delivered training which has had a profound effect on the performance of clients?
Achieving a National Training Award signifies to your employees, your stakeholders, the wider community and your competitors that you are an organisation that takes training and people development seriously.
Entering the National Training Awards is also a unique and valuable business tool in itself, allowing you to benchmark your achievement against the best in your industry, not only as an organisation but as an individual.
Do you know a provider, learner or employer that has achieved outstanding results through training or personal development? If so please forward on the attached flyer, or nominate them through the National Training Awards website.
Visit the National Training Awards website for guidance and online nomination form.
West Yorkshire has a strong tradition of winners and we want this continue. We have organised a number of workshops in West Yorkshire to support those who want to enter the award.
Workshops provide the opportunity to:
– Find out what the National Training Awards are.
– Hear from previously successful entrants
– Gather tips on how to enter.
Introduction to the Awards
Wednesday 14 December 2005
Entering the Award
Wednesday 1 February 2006
Wednesday 1 March 2006
Want to book a place? Contact Amrez Bhatti on email: email@example.com or phone 01274 444125.
Deadline date for entries – Friday 28th April 2006
Source: UK Skills