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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


detail does matter. An important factor in getting it right is making sure you are familiar with the T&Cs, the guide to applying and the judging criteria for the categories you want to enter. While you can enter the same programme into three separate categories, the judges may be looking for subtle diff erences in diff erent groups, so make sure you read the criteria carefully and answer the specifi ed questions in the judging notes to make sure your application counts. All documentation





The judges may be looking for subtle differences in different groups, so make sure you read the criteria carefully


relating to the awards is online at www.trainingjournalawards.com and, if you need to know more, you can email us at awards@trainingjournal.com We will be holding our popular half-day workshops, run by award-writing expert Chris Robinson, on May 17 at TJ’s offi ces in T e Shard, London. To fi nd out more and to book a place, go to www. trainingjournalawards.com/news and follow the registration link. T e workshop costs £249 plus VAT and entitles the booking organisation to one free feedback report on an entry into the TJ Awards 2017.


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