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Applications are now open!  Register your interest / apply

How to apply

To be considered for a Princess Royal Training Award you need to fill in an application and provide evidence to support it.

Below you will find information about how to structure your application and what types of evidence to supply.

Register your interest / apply now

Applications for the Princess Royal Training Awards 2017 are currently open until 29 March 2017. Register your interest / apply now.

Applications are open until 29 March 2018!

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How to apply

Once the applications open on 02 January, you can begin your application using our online form. The online application form allows you to begin your application and return to it at any time. There is also an offline Word version of the application form, but we recommend that you try the online form as it is easier to use.

Both versions of the form are available on the Register your interest and apply page.

Before you start

To get the most out of your application, consider the following:

  • Which of your training, learning and development initiatives is the most outstanding?
  • What is the initiative and what is it meant to achieve?
  • How does the initiative encourage training best practice and how does it support the organisation?
  • How does the initiative help employees?
  • How does the initiative promote your organisation’s commitment to learning and skills development?

Providing evidence

Your application is more likely to be successful if you provide supporting evidence for each of the three Hallmarks. Please note that the total evidence per Hallmark must not exceed:

  • one document/attachment per Hallmark (Parts 1 and 2)
  • 2MB and be no more than 500 words per attachment

If you are submitting your application by email, please include each evidence document as attachments to the email (one per Hallmark = 3 attachments max.).

Getting help with your application

We run workshops and webinars throughout the year in order to help applicants make the most of their applications.

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