Twenty Categories

Entries Open for Learning Technologies Awards 2024

London (UK), May 2024 - Celebrating outstanding learning technologies worldwide, the submission of entries for Learning Technologies Awards 2024 is now open. There are twenty categories, including the new "Best Use of AI in Learning". Sponsorship opportunities and key dates have also been announced.

Registration for the event is also open, and the twenty categories provide an incredible opportunity to profile the great work people are doing.

Taking part helps to elevate customer trust and confidence, attract potential investors, provide employees with international recognition for their work, and entice new business prospects.

The Learning Technologies Awards are the most independent and sought-after awards in the industry. They recognise the commitment, enthusiasm, and passion for learning technologies across the world. Finalists are selected by an independent judging panel of experts organised by the Learning Network.

The submission of entries starts from £160 plus VAT per individual entry, and all entrants have to do at this stage is select and pay for the categories they wish to enter. They then have until 26 July 2024, 17:00 BST to complete submissions.

The Learning Technologies Awards attract media coverage from the learning- sector media and beyond, helping providers build customer trust and confidence, impress potential investors, and provide employees with international recognition for their work.

"There is no greater recognition of your hard work and commitment to the learning industry than winning a Learning Technologies Award," explains event organiser, Mark Penton.

"Any organisation anywhere in the world, whether public, private, or non-profit sector can enter, regardless of size or industry. There are lots of reasons why entering makes good business sense.

"As well as being a terrific way to showcase the quality of work people produce to as many potential customers as possible, it's also an opportunity to look at your business from a different perspective and compare yourself to your competitors. Winning or even just being shortlisted for an award is an independent endorsement that sets you apart from your competitors," added Penton.

The online shortlisting of presentations to a judging panel takes place in September and October. The glittering gala evening, at which the winners are exclusively revealed, takes place 13 November 2024 at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel in London, UK - with over 800 guests expected.

A complete list of the twenty awards categories for the 2024 programme is available via the Learning Technologies Awards website.