The Learning and Performance Institute (LPI) is proud to announce the finalists for the 2018 Learning Awards, the learning sector’s annual celebration of outstanding achievement, best practice and excellence in corporate learning and performance.
Finalists for the 2018 Learning Awards, representing the highest achieving individuals and organisations in the field of learning and development, were announced today by the Learning and Performance Institute. The 15 awards categories received hundreds of entries from around the globe, and included submissions from many of the world’s leading brands, alongside first-time submissions from emerging technology providers. Every shortlisted finalist has demonstrated exceptional performance and contribution to the learning profession.
This year’s awards has attracted another increase in entries over last year, with a significant contribution from global organisations, and yet the depth and quality of the entries has not diminished.
Paying tribute to the support of the learning community for cementing the position of The Learning Awards as the sector’s leading awards ceremony, LPI CEO Edmund Monk, said: “The heritage and reputation of The Learning Awards is unrivalled and it continues to be the first event that’s marked on the L&D calendar. For those who are shortlisted and those who eventually win, the experience often leads to career-changing opportunities as companies and individuals are sought out for their experience and innovation.
“Yet again, there has been an increase in submissions over the previous year, making the achievement of our shortlisted entries all the more impressive. With such fierce competition, the 2018 Learning Awards is shaping up to be a hotly-contested event – just to make the finals is a tremendous achievement for which the organisations and the individuals should be truly proud.”
“So I’d like to offer my congratulations to all the Finalists and look forward to seeing them at The Dorchester on 1st February 2018. To those who did not make the finals they should know that they have not failed but should be proud of their achievements. If they continue working with the business, continue raising standards and continue to innovate, we can hopefully welcome them to a future Learning Awards.”
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The Learning Awards is proud to support this year’s nominated charity Dreamflight. Dreamflight is a registered UK charity that changes young lives through taking seriously ill and disabled children, without their parents, on the holiday of a lifetime to Orlando, Florida. A charity auction will take place before the awards presentation to raise money for the organisation.