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TJ AWARDS


THE DEVIL IS IN THE DETAIL


Debbie Carter urges entrants to give their submission time and energy to make the shortlist of the TJ Awards 2017


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his is a busy and exciting time here at TJ as the awards process notches


up several gears and entrants and sponsors start engaging with us. Tis year, we are delighted to have a new headline sponsor – Capita Learning Services. A giant in the field of learning and development, Capita Learning Services offers a range of support and assistance to the industry. From managed learning services and performance improvement, through


to talent development and digital learning, their breadth and scope make them an ideal headline sponsor. Sponsorship offers those organ-


isations with a true commitment to learning and development a chance to show their support for hard-working practitioners, while raising their profile as experts in the industry. To find out more about what’s involved and how to take part, contact Malika Elouafi at malika.elouafi@dodsgroup. com or on +44 (0)20 7593 5606.


For those planning to enter the TJ


Awards this year, preparation is crucial. From getting that written submission polished and proofed before the deadline, to ensuring your key people will be available for the interviews should you reach the shortlist, the


Key dates and contact information for the TJ Awards 2017


Applications open Closing date


Shortlist announced Interviews Gala Dinner


April 19 July 14


September 4 September December 5


For more information on the TJ Awards 2017, take a look at www.trainingjournalawards.com or email awards@trainingjournal.com; we can also answer your questions by phone on 01353 699090.


For sponsorship enquiries, contact Malika Elouafi at malika.elouafi@dodsgroup.com or call +44 (0)20 7593 5606.


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