Awards of Excellence
AWARDS OF EXCELLENCE CELEBRATE INNOVATION IN WORKPLACE PERFORMANCE AND LEARNING
(TORONTO, ONTARIO) April 20, 2016 – The Institute for Performance and Learning introduced the Awards of Excellence today, an evolution of their long-standing Canadian Awards for Training Excellence program. The Awards of Excellence will showcase the best of the best in the workplace performance and learning profession, with an emphasis on innovative learning solutions that drive meaningful business results.
“The workplace performance and learning profession is changing rapidly and our award program needs to reflect these changes,” says The Institute for Performance and Learning’s CEO, Rob Pearson.
“The awards create a platform to celebrate the outstanding achievements of our members and at the same time reflect out to the world the incredible value workplace performance and learning professionals bring to organizations,” he says.
The winning submissions will be celebrated at the Institute’s annual awards gala in Toronto this fall, as part of the Institute’s annual conference. Top solutions will be featured during the gala evening in a truly memorable way.
“The awards night will showcase the ground-breaking work of the workplace performance and learning profession,” says the Awards Committee Chair, Mary Myers.
Online awards submissions will be open until May 20, 2016. More details, including qualifications for entry and the judging process can be found at http://performanceandlearning.ca/awards/.
About The Institute for Performance and Learning
The Institute for Performance and Learning (recently rebranded, from the Canadian Society for Training and Development) is Canada’s only not-for-profit, membership-based organization representing workforce professionals since 1946. Supporting a rapidly growing membership of 3,000+ members across 18 chapters from coast to coast, the Institute exists to elevate the workplace performance and learning profession by setting the standards for excellence in professional practice through a competency framework, code of ethics, and sought-after professional designations. Members come from diverse backgrounds working in a range of sectors and are united by the knowledge that their skills are critical to the health and prosperity of Canadians.
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