Categories for 2017
Best talent development programme – NEW FOR 2017
Best public sector programme Best not-for-profi t programme
Best private/commercial programme
Best training partnership Best use of technology in learning
Best coaching/mentoring programme
Best change management programme
Best leadership development programme
Best sales programme Best customer service programme Best apprenticeship programme Best operational programme
Best organisational development programme
L&D team of the year L&D professional of the year
of the needs of its business and its practitioners’ engagement with all relevant stakeholders. Applications that include support and validation from the organisation’s senior management team (SMT) will be at an advantage.
T e TJ Awards 2017 close for entries on Friday 14 July. To fi nd out more – including the judges’ comments on what made last year’s winning entries so special – and to enter, visit
Key information for those applying
Entering the awards is free of charge.
The same initiative can be entered into a maximum of three categories.
The nominated programmes should have been run between January 2016 and June 2017.
Entries from outside the UK can be accepted but permission must be sought in advance.
Entries can only be submitted online and no accompanying evidence can be included.
Those shortlisted must attend interview in September/October.
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