The waiting is over, held-off because of government restrictions, the education sector can wait no more!
We are asking all nominees and guests booked for the 2020 Educate North Awards to get ready, be prepared, and dress up because the organisers have decided they can no longer hold the sector in suspense.
The prestigious awards will be announced in a specially streamed event on Thursday 22nd April 2021 from 7.30 pm. The evening will be hosted by Jim Hancock and further details around the event will be announced in the coming weeks.
All current ticket holders can put another highlight in their diaries as they will be asked to join us in 2022 for a live Educate North Awards which will celebrate your victory as a nominee or trophy winner.
All investments made to date will be transferred to the 2022 event in the spring of that year.
We will also shortly announce the contenders for the 2021 University Entrepreneurs Grant UEG (which you will be able to see online from 4th March) as four students or graduates compete for a £1000 cash prize and a special mentoring course with their big, bold and bright business ideas. We normally stage this live but now judges will decide on the winner. It’s an exciting and inspiring competition. You will be able to view the UEG on the websites of Heart (Yorkshire), Smooth (North West), Smooth (North East) plus www.educatenorth.co.uk and Prolific North
The Educate North Awards is a prestigious awards event which celebrates, recognises and shares best practice and excellence in the education sector in the North.
There are 27 categories open for entry, with a final closing date for submissions on 31 January 2020.
The awards ceremony for the 2020 awards will now take place on Thursday 22nd April via a virtual awards production staged by Carm Productions working in partnership with Prolific North and Don’t Panic.
The event will attract over 300 education professionals from Further and Higher Education institutions from across the North, together with a range of suppliers to the sector including financial institutions, professional services providers, IT and infrastructure providers and construction and property firms.
22 April 2021