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UK: Awards and Conferences - Win an award for training. - If you feel your commitment to training is worth shouting about, enter the 1998 National Training Awards.

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Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

If you feel your commitment to training is worth shouting about, enter the 1998 National Training Awards.

If you would like to learn more about how to take part in the 1998 National Train-ing Awards competition, you should contact your local TEC, LEC, Chamber of Commerce, the Northern Ireland Training & Employment Agency, Scottish Enterprise in Scotland or Management Learning Resources in Wales. They can provide you with the entry pack. You will find the contact numbers for the above in your local telephone directory.

Workshops will also be running in each area to tell you all you need to know about entering the competition. Entries for the 1998 competition can be submitted to the National Training Awards Office (NTA), Room W8, Department for Education and Employment, Moorfoot, Sheffield, S1 4PQ, between 1 April and 15 May 1998, or you can contact the NTA office by e-mail on nta.dfee@gtnet.gov.uk.

Further details of the 1997 Award winners can be found on page 84 and case studies describing their activities can be obtained from the NTA office, on 0114 2593419.

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