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Entries invited for the Institute of IT Training awards

The Institute of IT Training (IITT) has set in motion this year's IITT awards - the institute's fifth annual awards. With entries having to be received by 31st October, Colin Steed, the IITT's chief executive, is expecting an even larger number of entries than last year's record.

"It is good to know of the increasing number of high quality projects and programmes that are being undertaken in this industry and that are reaching the public domain through the IITT awards," Steed said. "Each year, the awards' judges are impressed by the high quality of the entries and, hopefully, this year will be no exception."

This year, there are 11 award categories - with open learning centre of the year being included for the first time. The entries shortlisted for the awards will be decided by mid-December and the award winners will be announced at a ceremony at The Dorchester, in Park Lane, London, on 3rd February next year.

This year, there is no charge for entries. As ever, entrants may enter any number of categories - but they may only enter once for each category.

The award categories and, where appropriate, their sponsors are:

  • Training company of the year - sponsored by Hewlett-Packard
  • Training department of the year - sponsored by Spring
  • Internal training project of the year - sponsored by Learning & Skills Council
  • External training project of the year - sponsored by CompTIA
  • External e-learning project of the year - sponsored by learndirect
  • Internal e-learning project of the year - sponsored by the University of Nottingham
  • IT trainer of the year - sponsored by OCR
  • Training manager of the year - sponsored by Consensus
  • Staff development strategy of the year - sponsored by Parity
  • Open learning centre of the year
  • The Colin Corder award, presented to a person who has made a significant and lasting contribution to the IT training industry.

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