Chance to play important part in Progress to Excellence Ltd Training and Education Awards
OPPORTUNITIES are still available to be an important part of this year’s Progress to Excellence Ltd Training and Education Awards, one of the biggest events in the region which celebrates workplace commitment and achievement.
Businesses and organisations can help to honour these special people for their inspiration and dedication to others by their involvement in the occasion, particularly as sponsors.
Being recognised at the Progress to Excellence Ltd Training and Education Awards 2017 – taking place on Wednesday, October 25 at the Liverpool Crowne Plaza – are the individuals, charities, businesses and training providers whose everyday efforts make a huge difference to the lives of people in the professional services, management and health and social care sectors.
Damian Burdin, chief executive of Progress to Excellence Ltd, said: “Each year this event gets bigger and better. However, running through every one of our awards ceremonies is the number of amazing stories of determination and courage to succeed by nominees and winners in their vital roles in the community.
“We are now looking forward to our 2017 awards and excited at the prospect of recognising the achievements of so many dedicated and inspirational learners and those who support them.”
A vital part of the Progress to Excellence Ltd Training and Education Awards is also to highlight the role organisations and businesses need to play in supporting good causes.
Since their inception, the awards have raised thousands of pounds for charity but, just as important, is the raising of awareness among the company’s employees about giving something back to their community.
Charities that have benefitted from the awards – along with employees’ own personal fundraising initiatives – include Macmillan Cancer Support, Alzheimer’s Society, Wirral Hospice St John’s and Claire House children’s hospice.
The Progress to Excellence Ltd Training and Education Awards 2017 will be dedicated to supporting and raising funds for Autism Together, the company’s chosen charity for the year.
Actress and comedienne Pauline Daniels will once again act as host of the awards. Pauline, Merseyside’s favourite theatrical daughter, will as usual bring her wit and warmth to the occasion.
However, the Progress to Excellence Ltd Training and Education Awards would not be the great success they are today without the support of the event’s generous sponsors.
To become involved in the event and for sponsorship details, please contact Cath Goodwin, director of business and commercial operations at Progress to Excellence Ltd, on 0151-650 6933 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also find information here.