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Rewarding excellence in the ADI market

The Intelligent Instructor Awards, 2019 was a brand-new event recognising and celebrating the achievements of the very best instructors, schools and suppliers within the ADI industry. Held on the evening immediately after the ADINJC & Intelligent Instructor Conference & Expo’19, at the same fabulous location, the Heart of England Conference and Exhibition Centre, Coventry, it was the ADI networking event of the year!

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A welcome drinks reception lead onto a three-course gala dinner, which was followed by the awards presentation. The celebrations and networking continued into the early hours, aided by the live band and post-awards entertainment. It really did prove to be the ‘Oscars for the ADI industry’, which the market so richly deserves.

235 guests joined in the celebrations. We we’re delighted to have so many shortlisted, highly commended and of course winners in attendance. Key industry figures, including our valued sponsors and their guests, made the night’s audience a unique blend of the industries finest. This event was without doubt the biggest and best ADI awards ceremony, never seen before on this scale!

Special thanks to our band…

Hailing from the North West – The Audiotones are an incredibly versatile function band performing hits spanning multiple decades.

With each member of the band having performed with many highly respected artists such as Paul McCartney, Elton John and The Temptations to name a few, The Audiotones not only perform, but entertain to the highest standards priding themselves on their meticulously crafted sets and expert musicianship. One of the most adaptable band’s in the north of England, the group perform everything from contemporary hits right back to Soul and Swing favourites.

Roadpeace

We are delighted to announce that with the help of our fantastic attendees, we managed to raise over £300 for our chosen charity for the evening RoadPeace.

RoadPeace is the national charity for road crash victims in the UK. We provide information and support services to people bereaved or seriously injured in road crashes and engage in evidence-based policy and campaigning work to fight for justice for victims and reduce road danger. Set up in 1992 by a mother whose son was killed by a red light offender, we are a membership organisation whose work is informed by the needs and experiences of road crash victims. RoadPeace is governed by a board of trustees, has a small staff team and a network of active members and volunteers.

Our vision is a  world where road danger is not tolerated and where road crash victims receive justice and compassion.

For more info visit the RoadPeace website.