With 2011 marking the ceremony's 14th anniversary, the IT Training Awards recognise outstanding examples of high standards, best practice, innovation and excellence in Learning and Development.
Next year's ceremony will see Microsoft sponsor the award for 'Learning Technologies Solution of the Year' and according to Microsoft's Partner Channel Training Manager, Garry Corcoran, the Awards are pivotal in driving learning innovation. He said: "Microsoft Learning is excited to be supporting the IITT through the annual IT Training Awards. Engaging learning practitioners in developing innovative content and delivery methods is a requirement of us all to ensure that learners are provided with learning that is easy to access and as effective as it should be. These awards recognise the effort that goes into engaging with business and learners to identify and develop the most appropriate formats that provide learners an opportunity to interact with their learning and to be able to use that new knowledge effectively."
Microsoft is amongst a host of leading names supporting next year's ceremony. Colin Steed, Chief Executive, IITT, said: "Microsoft's involvement in the IT Training Awards is testament to the ceremony's success in recent years. The Awards are now firmly established as the benchmark for excellence throughout the IT training industry.
"Having been involved with the awards for a number of years it's always pleasing to see the quality of entries improve year on year, and this year is no exception. The judges will have great difficulty in picking the winners which makes for an exciting ceremony."
The IT Training Awards are free to enter and successful entrants will have their award stylishly presented at the Dorchester Hotel, London, in front of over 450 top industry professionals. The deadline for entries is Friday 29th October.
More information about the Institute of IT Training
The Institute of IT Training hosts the annual IT Training Awards to recognise outstanding examples of high standards, best practice, innovation and excellence within IT training.
The awards are presented at The Dorchester, Park Lane, London, at the Institute's prestigious Awards Dinner, held in the first Thursday of February each year.
The awards are now firmly established as the benchmark for excellence throughout the IT training industry. So if you are proud of your achievements and would like to win the recognition you deserve within the IT training profession, submit your entry and put your team in the spotlight at the IT training industry's night of the
The Institute of IT Training is a self-governing, not-for-profit professional body for training professionals. It was established in 1995 and since then has grown on an annual basis. In February 2010 the Institute completed a management buyout from membership and research organisation, the National Computing Centre and is now a self-governing body.
Today, the organisation has circa 3,500 individual members and 400 accredited corporate members.
Through a range of membership, certification, accreditation, events and bespoke consultancy services, the Institute focuses on enhancing and recognising the skills and professional status of individuals and organisations engaged in training activities, and assessing the quality of training services.
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