Turn IT On! shortlisted for BETT 2011 award
Nov. 1, 2010
based education consultancy, Turn IT On! (www.turniton.co.uk)
, is delighted to announce that it has been shortlisted for the ICT Service and Support BETT 2011 Award. Celebrating the best digital product and technological companies supplying technology and services to education, the BETT Awards are widely regarded as the most highly esteemed awards in the industry. Turn IT On! has been recognised for its ability to provide exceptional services, support and professional development to ensure that ICT really makes an impact in the classroom. Turn IT On! will be exhibiting on Stand S57 at the BETT Show 2011 (12-15 January) to offer advice to schools about how they can raise ICT standards, save time and money and advance the teaching and learning experience.
Founded in 2003, Turn IT On! was the brainchild of former school teacher Tom Welch, who was keen to meet the need for greater quality, reliable and friendly support in schools. Having noticed dust sheets covering new unused ICT equipment in his school, Tom recognised the need for schools to ‘Turn IT On’ to maximise the value of their ICT in the classroom. His team of 30 now provides services to over 220 schools across the southern counties, including London and Oxfordshire, which rely on Turn IT On! to maximise their ICT potential.
Tom Welch, Business Development Director, Turn IT On! comments: “We are delighted to be shortlisted for a BETT award. It gives our ever-growing team of consultants great recognition for the real impact our service is having in schools and acknowledgement for the value for money we provide on their ICT investment."
The winners will be announced at the London Hilton, Park Lane, on the evening of 12 January after the first day of the BETT Show, the world’s largest educational technology event.
For further information about Turn IT On! please contact Tom Welch, Business Development Director, on 07856 687935, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website: www.turniton.co.uk.