The Society for Education and Training (SET) is pleased to announce it has been shortlisted for four categories at the 2021 Association Excellence Awards.
SET, which is part of the Education and Training Foundation (ETF), has been nominated for:
The lunchtime award ceremony will take place on Tuesday 29 June 2021 at the Kia Oval, London.
Martin Reid, Director of SET, said: “We are thrilled to have been shortlisted across four categories at the prestigious Association Excellence Awards 2021. The past 12 months have been challenging for all, so we are incredibly proud of the support we have offered our members and honoured to have been recognised for our work. This news is a great tribute to our committed team, but also testament to our growing community of SET members.”
The Association Excellence Awards have been run annually since 2014 and were founded to recognise the essential work that associations, trade bodies, unions and professional organisations conduct on behalf of their members.
Judges for this year’s awards include a number of CEOs and directors from a diverse cross-section of UK and international membership organisations.
One of this year’s judges, Catherine Logan, Regional Vice President at Global Business Travel Association (GBTA), explained what she is looking for: “In a world of free content, associations need to differentiate themselves by being laser focused on delivering member value in innovative ways with a not-for-profit budget – that’s what I am looking for.”
Join in the conversation and follow the results on Twitter using the hashtag #AEA2021.
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