Celebrating quality, excellence and best practice

The Learning and Performance Institute (LPI) is proud to announce the finalists for the 2015 Learning Awards, the L&D sector’s annual celebration of outstanding achievement, best practice and excellence in corporate learning and performance. This prestigious event, which is in its 19th year, will take place at The Dorchester, Park Lane, London on 5 February 2015.

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Headline Sponsor - Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development

Internal Learning Solution of the Year - Sponsored by QA
Telefonica
Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Trust
GlaxoSmithKline
Legal & General Assurance Society
LV=
Sainsbury's

External Learning Solution of the Year - Sponsored by Cisco 
Afiniti
BP and LearningAge Solutions
Purple Media
QA with Santander
Saffron Interactive
Squared Online

Apprenticeship Programme of the Year - Sponsored by New Horizons
Aintree University Hospital
Babcock Training 
Guy's & St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust
Nagel Langdons
Stonegate Pub Company
Wm Morrison Supermarkets

People Development Programme of the Year - Sponsored by Insights
J.P. Morgan
Barclaycard
Exertis
Glasgow City Council
McDonald's Restaurants
Tesco Bank

Learning Technologies Award - Sponsored by Microsoft
Barclays and City & Guilds Kineo
Caixabank
Elix-IRR and Morrisons
J.P. Morgan
Ontuitive and Barnardos
Thomson Reuters & Interactive Services

Innovation in Learning Award - Sponsored by Afiniti
Axia Interactive Media
Bayer
BT 
Humana: National Education
PwC & Atticmedia
The Open University

Social & Collaborative Media Award - Sponsored by Pearson
Cognizant
LearningAge Solutions
Mooc Pro
Saffron Interactive
Squared Online
Tata Consultancy Services

Start-up Learning Provider of the Year
AsliTas TrainingPsychology Consultancy
C2L Care to Learn
Carlton Learning
Elephants Don't Forget
Evolve Hospitality
Jam Pan

Live Online Facilitator of the Year - Sponsored by Saba Software (UK) Ltd
Mike Dobkin, Dell
Kiran PV, Jigsaw Academy
Enza Burgio, Pitney Bowes Ltd
Alex Vaughan, Capgemini

Learning Professional of the Year - Sponsored by Pearson Professional 
Loiza Tallon, Arvato Bertelsmann
James Conaghan, De Vere Hotel & Urban Resort 
Santosh T, Dell
Steve Furniss, Leicester City Council
Rebecca Hawkswell, Nationwide Building Society
Glen Butler, Tesco

CLO of the Year
Sandra Murtagh, Dell
Rick Jackson, DHL Express
Dave Buglass, Tesco Bank

Learning Team of the Year - Sponsored by KnowlegeAdvisors
Dell
Financial Conduct Authority
Metro Bank
PSA Peugeot Citroen/Cornerstone OnDemand
University Hospitals Leicester NHS Trust
Virgin Holidays

Learning Provider of the Year- Sponsored by Prometric Limited
Futurethink
Kallidus
Learning Pool
Mind Gym
Netex
Sponge UK

The winner of the Colin Corder Award for significant and lasting contribution to learning, sponsored by Pluralsight, will be announced at the ceremony.

The Learning Awards is proud to support this year’s nominated charity Dreamflight. Dreamflight is a registered UK charity that changes young lives through taking seriously ill and disabled children, without their parents, on the holiday of a lifetime to Orlando, Florida. A charity auction will take place before the awards presentation to raise money for the organisation.

The Learning Awards are hosted by The Learning and Performance Institute, the UK’s leading Institute for workplace learning professionals. For further information visit http://thelearningawards.com

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