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New benefits added to Global Learning Technologies Awards 2020 experience

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How to write a killer award entry: Learning Technologies Awards teams up with Boost Marketing to host a webinar to help learning providers with their awards submissions.

The deadline for registering awards entries is 30 June with the written awards submissions required by 31 July
The deadline for registering awards entries is 30 June with the written awards submissions required by 31 July 

With the deadline to register entries fast approaching on the 30 June, entrants will have until the end of July to submit an entry, the Global Learning Technologies Awards has enhanced its awards experience so entrants get even more out of being part of the programme.

Learning Technologies Awards has partnered with one of the world’s most experienced award writers, Boost Marketing and is hosting a free Top tips for a killer written entry webinar on the 23 June at 2pm. They will explain how to write, present and evidence a Learning Technologies Awards entry to maximise chances of ‘Gold’

During this one-hour session, Chris Robinson, Founder and MD of Boost Awards, will help participants learn all about: 

  • The Learning Technologies Awards entry criteria and scoring system.
  • What impresses and what annoys awards judges.
  • How to plan and structure your written entry.
  • How to present your content visually.
  • How to provide evidence of learning impact.

In summary, how to prove that you are a serious contender for a gold award. This session focuses on the written entry. Finalists will also have to give a presentation to the judges.

For entries registered early, by 19 June, Boost Marketing is offering a free, no obligation 30 minute award consultation service for 10 award applications selected at random.

"The Awards programme is now also Accredited with the Awards Trust Mark from the Independent Awards Standards Council, meaning even being shortlisted sets entrants apart and can help attract new customers, partners, investors and talent, and help cement reputation in the industry. Promoting your involvement can open doors to getting contracts, and even help to find new supply channels and break into new markets," explains Alex Jones from Learning Technologies Awards.

"The process is an opportunity to look at your business from a different perspective and compare yourself to your competitors and most importantly, entering the awards tells your team that their achievements are worth shouting about at an international level. And if our community has ever deserved recognition, it’s now," added Alex Jones.
More information about the Global Learning Technologies Awards and Boost partnership benefits is on the awards website.