Relevant. Agile. Effective.
It was an exhilarating start to the life of the Learning Excellence Awards. The calibre of entries was high; the diversity of entries was exciting; the breadth of companies submitting entries was inspiring; and the global appeal was greater than originally thought, with entries from as far afield as India, Australia and the USA, as well as closer to home. The decisions the excellent panel of judges made about the 2021 body of entries can be found on on the Results page of this website.
It used to be said that training was active and learning was passive. That’s just not true any more. Of course, good training prompts better learning, but the learning can be as engaging, agile, flexible, active or interactive, instructional, challenging and entertaining as the recipient of the learning wants it to be. The coronavirus pandemic has generated high levels of new learning and, in particular, digital learning / e-learning activity and the Learning Excellence Awards has attracted entries from newcomers to the sector, as well as from the established founts of learning knowledge.
The Learning Excellence Awards are business awards for the whole business training/learning and development sector.
They are UK-centred, impartial and independent and look to reward relevant, agile, innovative, excellent and effective initiatives, programmes, products and services wherever they may be found. Each year the Awards are open to in-house training, learning and development teams and activities, to external professional practitioners and to suppliers to the sector. Charities and Not-for-Profit organisations can enter the Learning Excellence Awards FREE OF CHARGE.