More than 400 people attended the event, which honours the best IT training providers. The ceremony included an address by TV presenter Esther Rantzen and a charity auction which raised a record £13,045.
DLA IT Learning won two awards: training department of the year and internal training project of the year.
TUI UK, the holiday company that includes Thomson Holidays and Lunn Poly, won the internal e-learning project of the year award. Runners up in this category were the Scottish Prison Service College and retailer Argos
The External e-learning project of the year was won by Spring IT Training, and Deutsche Bank picked-up the staff development-of the year award.
The Institute of IT Training was formed in 1995. More than three-quarters of the UK's IT training is given by suppliers accredited to the institute.
"The past year has been a momentous one for the institute, during which we became part of the National Computing Centre," said Colin Steed, the IITT's chief executive. "In our new phase of development, we have plans this year to enhance our services to members and expand our influence with government. Obviously, we shall have access to the vast array of the NCC's standards, best practice guidelines."