The RTPI Learning Partner Award recognises excellence in learning and development for planners by employers who have been accredited as RTPI Learning Partners.
How to enter:
Learning Partner Award 2018
41 Botolph Lane
All entries must be received by the 27th July 2018
All initiatives submitted for this award should demonstrate excellent learning and development for planners and the wider profession that has taken place during the previous 24 months.
Submitted entries must be a maximum of 800 words and may include images. You should address the following criteria:
- The original aim of the initiative
- How has the initiative added value for the individual employees?
- How has the initiative added value for the profession?
- How did you ensure there was fair and equal access to the initiative?
The judging process will take place between July and September 2018. Commendations may be given in addition to the winner.
To be eligible your organisations must be a RTPI Learning Partner. For more information about becoming an RTPI Learning Partner www.rtpi.orguk/learningpartners
If you are not currently a RTPI Learning Partner you can prepare an application for the RTPI Learning Partner Award as long as you become an RTPI Learning Partner by 31 August 2018.
The award will be presented by the RTPI president at the General Assembly in October.
The winner will have the opportunity to give a presentation to the General Assembly and will also have an article in the Planner.
Conditions of Entry
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY TO CHECK YOUR SUBMISSION MEETS ALL THE LISTED CONDITIONS
The entry must be received at firstname.lastname@example.org or 41 Botolph Lane, London, EC3R 8DL by 4pm on 27th July 2018
(Deliveries in person are accepted).
The entry form should be completed with no more than 800 words.
An entry will presume that there are no restrictions or fees payable for the reproduction of the photographs or any other submission materials. The RTPI retains permission to publish all submitted material and particulars of successful entries, including the judges' reports. This may include online and print publication, and successful entrants may be offered other promotional opportunities. Winning and shortlisted entries may feature as case studies in future RTPI work demonstrating best practice and the value of planning.
Submitted material will be retained by the RTPI and will not be returned. The RTPI cannot accept any responsibility for submissions that are late, lost, mislaid or damaged by delivery companies.
It is recommended that entrants retain a copy of their submission.