Tickets Now Available For The 2016 APCTC AWARDS

Reserve Your Ticket Now

About The Awards

On the 26th November 2016 the APCTC will be hosting its 5th Annual Achievement Awards to recognise the amazing people in our industry for the great work they do.

It’s set to be our biggest and best show yet and we have lots of treats in store. This year we will be hosting the APCTC Annual Conference during the day and the APCTC Awards Ceremony in the evening.

The Awards dinner is a special black tie event where people from our industry come together (from all over the world) to celebrate and recognize the achievements of people in our industry.

You will enjoy a great night out (including a three course meal and entertainment in London) for less than the cost of a restaurant meal. Just click the link below to reserve your place. All the details are given when you click the link.

Reserve Your Ticket Now

2016 APCTC Annual Conference & Awards Schedule

  • Nominations Oct 25 - Nov 8th
  • Short Listing Nov 9-10
  • Voting Nov 11-25
  • Annual Conference Nov 26th @ 9am
  • Awards Dinner Nov 26th @ 7:30pm

Awards Will Be Presented In The Following Categories

Trainer Of The Year

A trainer imparts knowledge, skill and experience in a bid to help their client reach their goals. This goal could be work-based, health or anything in between. An APCTC Trainer of the Year will demonstrates exceptional skill in this area, alongside acute acumen in their chosen field.

Coach Of The Year

A coach provides gap analysis and serves their clients at the highest possible level in order to assist them in achieving their goals. An APCTC Coach of the Year will consistently show up in their best state, and assist their clients to do the same, whatever their goal.

Consultant of the year

A consultant is hired to come into a business in order to fix a specific component within it. It requires a tremendous amount of expertise and know-how within that component, and the overarching industry it sits within. An APCTC Consultant of the Year will demonstrate all of this, alongside the ability to sustainably transform that component of the business in order to benefit the rest.

Speaker of the year

A speaker, or an orator, carefully constructs and delivers presentations designed to inform, inspire, educate or entertain. Sometimes they will effortlessly achieve all of the above. An APCTC Speaker of the Year will do this in a remarkable and memorable way, moving others in such a way that their lives are forever changed.

Best Newcomer

In the field of coaching, training and consultation, it is often the newest stars which burn the brightest. An APCTC Best Newcomer will have set up their practice in the last 12 months, and will have already made a sizable impact within their field.

Outstanding Achievement of 2016

Have you, or a coach/trainer/consultant you know, overcome incredible odds or achieved the unthinkable? When awarding the Outstanding Achievement of the Year Award, anything deemed outstanding is considered for honoration.

Women's Mentor of the Year

A special award created to honor those who specifically mentor women, be that in their professional or personal lives. An APCTC Women's Mentor of the Year will have made a significant and positive difference in the lives of women for a number of years, and will be making considerable efforts to progress women's impact upon the world.

Outstanding Coaching Client

The only category that doesn't require a nomination. 2016 will be the first year in which a coaching client of the APCTC, as selected by the Head of Coaching, is awarded based on the work they have accomplished and the goals they have achieved since becoming a client.

Previous Award Winners

Business Mentor
of the Year

Martin Norbury

Courage to Change

Elaine Wilkins

Executive Coach
of the Year

Mel Carnegie

Health & Wellbeing Coach
of the Year

Nicolette Wilson

Life Coach
of the Year

Tina Hodges

of the Year

Chris & Susie Bulman

Outstanding Achievement

David Key

of the Year

Gina Battye

Specialist Coach
of the Year

Sara Davison

of the Year

Cathy Simmons

of the Year

Pam Lidford

Women’s Mentor
of the Year

Nadine Hack

In Recognition of Services
to Coaching

Shweta Jhajharia