16 AUGUST, 2016
ISL were delighted to learn that their Innovative Level 3 Certificate in Community Interpreting has been shortlisted for the Best private/commercial programme category at the Training Journal’s 11th TJ Awards.
Established in 2006, the purpose of the Training Journal Awards is to promote excellence, best practice and innovation in Training and Learning & Development, and to highlight the importance of this area in today’s business climate. This demanding area of business is arguably the critical success factor for future growth and competitiveness for many organisations. Therefore the role of those responsible for delivery and management of Training is vital. For this reason it is absolutely right for the Learning & Development profession to have a cross industry national event to recognise, promote and honour excellence, professionalism and outstanding achievement.
The TJ Awards are now recognised as the premier Training and L&D event for the UK. The range of Award categories is designed to recognise the most important activities within Training and Learning & Development.
According to Training Journal, “the quality of this year’s nominations has been higher than ever. Our teams of judges had a real challenge picking out the top entries, so this is an achievement (ISL) can already be proud of”.
The Level 3 Certificate in Community Interpreting is up against some stiff competition in the same category, from giant multinational companies including AIG, TSB and Bank of Ireland. The full list of finalists in the same category are:
- AIG/Alpha Development
- Bank of Ireland with Accenture
- Daniel Swarovski OrganisationAG/The Conversation Space
- International School of Linguists
- Style Group Brands, A20 Coaching and Your Business In Mind
- TSB/Blue Sky Performance Improvement
This nomination underlines ISL’s commitment to developing and delivering innovative, high quality training packages to existing and aspiring Interpreters and Translators across the UK. Hundreds of students are already benefiting from the provision of practical, achievable and accessible qualifications that deliver what they promise.
The Awards ceremony is scheduled for the 6th December, when the winners will be announced.
The full shortlist for all the categories has been announced on the TJ Awards Website.