Graduate Training Programme of the Year
This award will go to the organisation that has been offering a best-in-class graduate training and development programme over the past 12 months.
The judges will be looking for a programme that develops capable, well-trained, and agile young leaders.
Entry is by a 5 A4 page submission; the judges will be looking for clear information, backed up by evidence, that pays particular attention to the criteria listed below.
Programme Background: Demonstrate how the graduate training programme was developed and outline its objectives.
Programme Overview: Provide an overview of how the programme has been implemented over the past 12 months, giving specific examples.
Excellence in Training & Development: Provide examples where your organisation has gone beyond curricular requirements to facilitate the graduates, including the number of hours per week devoted to training.
Benefits to the Business: Demonstrate the real business benefits of the programme and ROI, providing positive feedback (i.e., internal or external stakeholders) where appropriate.
Benefits to the Graduate: Demonstrate how the programme benefits the graduate, providing evidence (via internal surveys or testimonials) where appropriate.
Evidence of Success: Provide evidence of how you monitor and measure its success against the stated objectives.