The CPD Awards is an annual celebration of excellent CPD from across the UK and beyond! CPD (Continuing Professional Development) plays an important role in every industry as it allows professionals to consistently develop their professional skills and knowledge. Here at The CPD Register, we have noticed a lack of celebration for those that value outstanding CPD learning. We want to properly showcase CPD learning from every industry and show our appreciation to those who make great CPD possible – so we created The CPD Awards! The awards themselves celebrate many different areas of CPD, from online learning to classroom courses to CPD Employers, Trainers, Providers and so much more! The winner of each award will be selected by our esteemed panel of expert judges. You can view the full range of awards and submit your nominations here.
We’re excited to bring together those who care about quality CPD learning for an evening of entertainment, networking opportunities and, of course, the opportunity to win a range of coveted awards and recognitions. The CPD Awards is being held at the beautiful, historic London Guildhall and is sure to be a night to remember. We’re hosting a range of very special guests, with entertainment and catering throughout the evening.
As The CPD Awards is such a special evening, we have chosen a suitably spectacular venue to host our guests. The Guildhall London is a stunning, historical building dating back to the Medieval period. The building itself is dazzling, with its colourful stained-glass windows, soaring ceilings and cathedral-like ambience. Our drinks reception will be held in the largest surviving medieval crypts in London, beneath the Great Hall.
Guildhall London has a rich history and many stories to tell. The Great Hall has been the site of the Lord Mayor’s Banquet since the 1500’s. There have also been many high-status trials held there, including the trial of Lady Jane Grey (also known as the Nine Days’ Queen) who was convicted of treason. The pianist Frederic Chopin played his final performance there, and it was the venue for HM The Queen’s 90th birthday celebrations! When you arrive at the venue, keep an eye out for the statues of Gog and Magog, two legendary giants who were supposedly defeated by Brutus and trapped in Guildhall.
We look forward to welcoming you to this extraordinary building for a wonderful evening of celebrations!