Taking place at the glamorous London Hilton on Park Lane, with over 650 guests from international organisations, the Learning Awards will honour the brightest stars of the L&D industry.
British TV icon Claudia Winkleman will host the evening where the finalists and winners of eighteen fiercely-contested categories will be announced, including Learning Provider of the Year, Learning Technologies of the Year, Apprenticeship Programme of the Year, Learning Leader of the Year, Rising Star Award and the prestigious Colin Corder Award for Outstanding Services to Learning.
If you’re not one of the lucky ones to hold a ticket then don’t despair! We’ve put together this short guide so you can join in the celebrations.
How To Watch
Even if you’re not in London, you can catch the festivities via livestream on an iPhone, iPad, Android, Smart TV, or in a browser.
To watch on your mobile or Smart TV, just open the YouTube app and enter the link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YFstBlAp73M
Or if you’re using a web browser, just click the video below to begin your livestream.
When Does It Start?
The awards ceremony begins at 9:00pm UK GMT on Thursday 20 February 2020. If you’re joining us from outside the UK, check the times at your location here:
Follow Our Live Updates
Whether you’re watching the livestream or not, check out our Instagram feed. We’ll spend the afternoon sharing updates about the event, showing photos from the ceremony, and giving you exclusive behind-the-scenes footage of the proceedings. You can also follow along on Twitter, where we’ll be live-tweeting the results from @YourLPI And @LearningAwards
Finally, our guests and reporters will be sharing their experiences across social media – just watch out for the hashtag #learningawards.
Watch The Video
If you miss the livestream you can still enjoy the evening’s celebrations as the video recording will be permanently available on the LPI YouTube channel.
You can also watch the highlights video which will be published a few days after the event.