The finalists for the annual Bett Awards have been announced today and Scanning Pens are delighted to announce they have been named as finalists across three categories.
The Bett Awards are an annual celebration for the highest levels of achievement by companies that supply Information and Communications Technology (ICT) for education. In association with BESA (British Educational Suppliers Association) these prestigious awards form an integral part of inspiring creativity and innovation for nurseries, schools, colleges and special schools with a clear focus of enriching a child’s learning journey.
The three shortlisted categories include:
· Digital Devices
· Special Educational Needs Solutions
· Exporter of the Year
Co‑Founder & Chief Executive Officer Jack Churchill was thrilled by the recognition “Being shortlisted for these awards is a testament to the positive contribution we want to make in the education sector. Our assistive technology helps dyslexic children and young adults overcome challenges and allows them to demonstrate their abilities in ways that were once unimaginable.”
The Bett Awards Judges are renowned for their experience and knowledge of ICT educational resources. They are drawn from a bank of experienced teachers with outstanding ICT knowledge and understanding, education consultants and advisers, and high-profile ICT journalists.
All winners will be announced at the 20th annual Bett Awards on Thursday 24th January at a ceremony hosted at Tobacco Dock.
About Scanning Pens
This marks a number of prestigious awards gained by Scanning Pens Ltd. Founded in 2003 Scanning Pens is a dedicated supplier of assistive technologies including mobile scanners and reading aids to support people with a diverse range of disabilities. Scanning Pens have recently launched their Succeed with Dyslexia campaign which aims to re-establish self-confidence and provide the opportunity to succeed and champion that anything is possible with dyslexia.
For further information please visit www.scanningpens.com #succeedwithdsylexia