This is a press release submitted to the Las Vegas Sun. It has not been verified or edited by the Sun.
2012 Tribute to Learning Awards
Published on Wed, Oct 10, 2012 (9:16 p.m.)The Las Vegas Chapter of the American Society of Training and Development presents the 8th annual Tribute to Learning Awards. These awards spotlight organizations, consulting groups or consulting client work for their creativity, innovation and futuristic approaches to learning. We are looking for the Best Learning Leaders in Southern Nevada.
An esteemed panel of judges will review the nominations in each category and score them accordingly. The winners will be announced in December at our holiday gathering & banquet. Nominees should send at least one representative (or bring the whole group for a festive time) to the Tribute to receive the award on their behalf should they win.
Winners will receive a plaque celebrating their achievement; a Tribute to Learning Best Awards winner logo to use on all materials and website as well as recognition on the Las Vegas Chapter Website. A local press release will also be issued announcing the winners along with being included in the chapter’s submission to ASTD National for Employee Learning Week.
Date: Tuesday, December 4th from 5:30pm - 8:30pm
Where: Sedona's Red Room, 9580 West Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, NV
Cost: Free to ASTD Las Vegas members, Non ASTD members, $20.
All proceeds go to F.A.C.T (Family and Child Treatment) of Southern Nevada, a nonprofit organization working to overcome and heal families from the cycle of abuse, neglect, and violence by providing individual family, and group therapy as well as a range of education and prevention services. Suggested donation is $15.00, Family and friends are welcome at $20.00 a person.
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