Education and Training Awards
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Monday 6th January 2020
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Tuesday 18th August 2020
About this award
Introducing the Education and Training Awards
Since the early 1900s, education has become increasingly more inclusive with the improvement of state education systems in many countries and the introduction of organisations whose aim is to keep all institutions on track and therefore give every learner the best start in life. But, with 2,600 independent schools operating in the UK alone - equating to approximately 615,000 students - the private education sector is notably flourishing despite the difficulties that have been faced over the last few years.
Nowadays though, education is no longer exclusively for those that are only just starting out in life. Education is now open to those in all stages of life - those that want to improve the skills they have already gained, those that feel they missed out on younger education due to uncontrollable circumstances, or those that just simply want to branch out into a different career path.
Corporate Vision Magazine are delighted to announce the Education & Training Awards 2020, through which we aim to award all institutions, organisations and agencies who make the education of our societies their priority. Institutions welcomed to take part in these awards include: Boarding schools, Independent schools, Early education organisations, Adult education institutions, Training centres, Vocational schools, Grammar schools and so on. We actively encourage any person/organisation working in this sector to get involved and not miss out on the amazing opportunity of having your hard work recognised.
By being nominated for the Education & Training Awards 2020, which comes from a trusted and credible source, the institution in question can expect to gain invaluable publicity and recognition for the level of teaching they carry out. This award can also open the institutions to a whole new pool of potential learners by raising the company profile.
The companies which go on to be successful are presented with several options for further exposure. These include being involved in the annual celebratory, having a mention in our A to Z directory and being included on the Corporate Vision website.
Nominees and winners in the Education & Training Awards 2020 are welcome to promote their accomplishment however they choose to make sure both new and existing learners are aware of what they have managed to achieve.
Winning an award provides you with the evidence you need to prove that beyond doubt, you stand out from the crowd. Enhancing your victory with visual reminders, allows for the promotion of your brand to extend even further, which in turn can attract new employees and new clients looking to work with the best in the industry. Receiving third-party recognition helps to boost the reputation of your brand and the trust in the products and services you offer.
If you believe that you deserve acknowledgement for your hard work over the past 12 months, or you know someone that does, please let us know by submitting a nomination via our voting form below.
You will find details of all our award winners here. Our featured winners are included in our digital award supplement on our website and distributed to the greater circulation. All winners are included in the online directory, which can be viewed in full on the website once the embargo has been lifted and a public announcement has been made. Please feel free to browse through our archived winners lists by clicking on the appropriate year below.
Our Awards Team
Martyn Walters - Corporate Vision Lead Researcher
Martyn has a genuine interest in business. He understands the work that goes into making a business successful and the sacrifices business leaders make in order to ensure their business thrives. Martyn is dedicated to ensuring that such commitment and hard work is recognised and that the most deserving of businesses are showcased by Corporate Vision.
Jeremy Roe - Head of Research
Jeremy is dedicated to his research team and to the readers, subscribers, visitors, nominees and award winners of Corporate Vision. Jeremy's diligent approach is carried across to this team members ensuring quality in the research carried out on behalf of the brand.
Laura Hunter - Awards Manager
Laura’s priorities lie with the clients and award winners of Corporate Vision and the team members integral in ensuring the brand showcases truly innovative and forward-thinking businesses. Growth-focused businesses make up the lions share of Corporate Vision’s target market. Laura is steadfast in ensuring that such businesses receive some great benefits for being a part of Corporate Vision and its awards programmes.
Steve Simpson - Corporate Vision Senior Awards Executive
Steven came to the join the media group in 2015 and has since proven to be a most respected, conscientious and valued team member. Steven is committed to ensuring Corporate Vision’s awards nominees and winners are supported throughout the process and that winners understand how to gain the most value and exposure from their award win.
The Corporate Vision team work diligently to identify market leaders, innovators and enterprising start-ups, driving many of the nominations themselves.
We also encourage external nominations from Corporate Vision subscribers, online visitors, social media followers, clients and from our wider group circulation.
Nominating parties are invited to put forward either third-party businesses whom they hold in high regard, or their own organisation.
All nominees are formally requested to accept their nomination. Should any firm or individual rather decline at this point, they are simply taken out of the running.
Nominees who formally accept their nomination are given the opportunity to submit additional materials in support of their initial nomination. Although there is no obligation to supply material, we have found that many nominees value this stage in the process as much as our research team.
Evaluating and judging
Our dedicated research team will assess all material submitted by the nominee in order to determine winners based on merit, not popularity. The team also gather information independently from a variety of publicly accessible sources.
Ultimately, the research team casts their judgment based on various criteria, including:
- Client dedication
- Business growth
- Online reputation
- Customer feedback
- Business performance
Once winners are determined, they are personally notified before any public announcement is made, allowing time for any communications throughout the wider business and the coordination of marketing strategies.
Once the press embargo is lifted, details of the winners will be made public via the website, award winners’ magazine and subscriber newsletter.
Making the most of your win
We are prepared to offer a range of promotional packages and items to Corporate Vision winners, which vary from inclusion in the free-of-charge winners’ directory, to trophies, content in the magazine and online advertising.
We encourage all winners to publicly announce their win independently. Announcements via company websites, social media, press releases, and through local and national press are all great ways of maximising the exposure which can be gained from such an achievement. If you have need of further advice, please feel free to get in touch. We are happy to assist our clients with their needs.