Progress to Excellence celebrates inspiration and dedication
The inspirational people and their dedication to others is once again being recognised by Progress to Excellence at its annual awards ceremony.
The Progress to Excellence Training and Education Awards 2017 are being held on Wednesday, October 25 at Liverpool Crowne Plaza.
It will be a day of celebration to honour the special individuals, employers, training providers and charities for the huge contribution they make to their communities, gained from their commitment to training in the health and social care, professional and management sectors.
Damian Burdin, chief executive of Progress to Excellence Ltd, said: “Each year our Progress to Excellence Training and Excellence Awards get bigger and better with everyone here recognising how important training and education is to our society.
“Everyone who enters and supports these awards makes a huge difference to the lives of people in their communities by their everyday efforts in the workplace. Their hard work and determination is an inspiration.
“Progress to Excellence is committed to stretching and challenging all learners to achieve their full potential and this event also acknowledges the work of all those associated with their learner journeys.”
Returning to host the awards will be actress and comedienne Pauline Daniels who will as usual bring her wit and warmth to the occasion.
There will also be support throughout the day for the Progress to Excellence charity of the year Autism Together.