Relevant. Agile. Effective.

Call for entries: June 1 2022
Closing date for entries: October 31 2022
Awards lunch and ceremony: March 31 2023

In 2022 the Learning Excellence Awards continued to exhilarate. The calibre of entries was high; the diversity of entries was exciting; the breadth of companies submitting entries was inspiring; and the global appeal was greater than originally thought, with entries from as far afield as India, Australia, the USA and Germany, as well as closer to home.

The celebration of the Finalists and the awarding of the Winner and High Commendation trophies took place at a lunchtime event in the Britannia Suite at the National Conference Centre, B92 0EJ on Friday April 8, 2022 and was an occasion of great celebration and networking.

The decisions the excellent panel of judges made about the 2022 entries can be found on on the Results page of this website.

Download the 2022 Winners Book

The Learning Excellence Awards are business awards for the whole business training/learning and development sector.
They are UK-based but attract overseas entries, The Awards are impartial and independent and look to reward relevant, agile, innovative, excellent and effective initiatives, programmes, products and services wherever they may be found. Each year the Awards are open to in-house training, learning and development teams and activities, to external professional practitioners and to suppliers to the sector.

For 2023, we will no longer charge for second or subsequent entries. A fee is payable for the first entry only.
After that all additional entries are FREE OF CHARGE.

Charities and Not-for-Profit organisations can submit a maximum of two entries to the Learning Excellence Awards.
All charity and not-for-profit entries are FREE OF CHARGE.

We are pleased to announce that the Learning Excellence Awards is one of the business award schemes accredited by The Independent Awards Standards Council. 

Devoted to celebrating the outstanding work of entrants, the Learning Excellence Awards has now received some recognition of its own.