The award categories



Sector categories


S01. Aerospace

S02. Automotive

S03. Education

S04. Financial Services

S05. Healthcare

S06. Hospitality, Sport and Leisure

S07. IT and Technology

S08. Manufacturing and Process Industries

S09. Professional Services (including lawyers, accountants, architects, etc)

S10. Public Services (including national and local government departments, police, emergency services and armed forces)

S11. Retail (all types)

S12. Utilities


Function categories


F01. Accounting & Bookkeeping

F02. Customer Service

F03. Health, Safety & Risk

F04. Legal & Paralegal

F05. Management & Leadership

F06. Marketing & Sales

F07. Product, or Process Training (including customer training)

F08. Team Development


New Thinking and Innovation categories


This group of categories allows for specific innovation to counter the hurdles of the coronavirus pandemic.

N01. Design, Content Creation and Video

N02. E-learning

N03. Learning Process (including asynchronous, automatic, blended,micro, personalised, synchronous, etc)

N04. Learning Tools & Technology

N05. Mobile Learning


Outstanding Achievement categories


OA01. In-house Team

OA02. External Provider

OA03. Outstanding Innovation

OA04. Outstanding Course or Initiative


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