Learning Technologies Awards 2019 programme announced

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The Learning Technologies Awards 2019 programme has been announced: awards entry opens; nineteen awards categories announced; sponsorship opportunities; key dates announced.

The Learning Technologies Awards Gala Evening at the Park Plaza Westmister Bridge Hotel in London
The Learning Technologies Awards Gala Evening at the Park Plaza Westmister Bridge Hotel in London 

The 2019 Learning Technologies Awards has now been launched and looks set to be bigger and better than ever. Entry into the Learning Technologies Awards 2019 provides an outstanding opportunity for learning professionals to gain international recognition for their work.

The Learning Technologies Awards attract media coverage from both the learning sector’s media and beyond, helping learning providers to build customer trust and confidence, impress potential investors and provide employees with international recognition for their work.

“There is no greater recognition of your hard work and commitment to the learning industry than winning a Learning Technologies Award,” explains event organiser Mark Penton.

Any organisation anywhere in the world, whether public, private or non-profit sector can enter, regardless of size or industry.  There are lots of reasons why entering makes good business sense.”

“As well as being a terrific way to showcase the quality of work people produce to as many potential customers as possible, it’s also an opportunity to look at your business from a different perspective and compare yourself to your competitors. Winning or even just being shortlisted for an award is an independent endorsement that sets you apart from your competitors,” added Penton.

The glittering gala evening, where the winners are exclusively revealed will take place on 27 November 2019 at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel in London, UK with over 800 guests expected.

To enter an award organisations first need only choose their categories and register before the June 28 deadline. Written submissions then follow in July followed by the judging process in September and October.

There are 19 awards categories to choose from, including: best learning technologies project, excellence in the design of learning content, best use of mobile learning and best learning game. The complete list of categories for the 2019 programme is available via the Learning Technologies Awards website.

Learning Technologies Awards 2019 offers outstanding sponsorship opportunities: enquiries by email to Kate Vose, katev@learningtechnologies.co.uk.

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About Learning Technologies Awards

CloserStill, which organises the annual Learning Technologies exhibition and conference, runs the annual Learning Technologies Awards. The awards celebrate the best in learning technology across the private, public and third sectors. Winning a Learning Technologies award is a highly recognisable and a much sought-after achievement. The winners will be announced during the Gala evening at London’s Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel in November.

The cost of registering entries is £160 + VAT per individual entry.

Awards announcements can be followed via Twitter @LTAwards and the event hashtag to keep up with and join in the conversation is #LT19Awards. Further information is available via the Learning Technologies Awards website.

Key dates

  • Registration deadline: 28 June 2019
  • Awards submissions deadline: 31 July 2019
  • Shortlisting by the judging panels: 1-31 August 2019
  • Shortlist announced: 10 September 2019
  • Online presentations to the judging panels: 16-20, 23-27 September 2019
  • Presentations to the judging panels: 1-3 October 2019, Kia Oval, London
  • Gala evening and winners announced: 27 November 2019

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