LEO Learning has been nominated for six categories at the upcoming Learning Technologies Awards 2018, in recognition of work with Godiva, Royal Mail and the Education and Training Foundation (ETF).
Following 2017’s awards success, which included winning Learning Technologies Company of the Year UK and Learning Designer of the Year, LEO Learning has been shortlisted for six awards at the 2018 Learning Technologies Awards.
The Learning Technologies Awards, one of the most prestigious learning industry accolades, has announced the nominees for its 2018 awards. The awards shortlisting includes: Best Learning Technologies Project, Excellence in the Design of Learning Content, Best Learning Game and Best Use of Learning Technologies to Ensure Compliance.
Finalists were selected from over 400 entries by an independent judging panel of experts organised by the eLearning Network. Ahead of the awards ceremony on 21 November 2018 in London, nominees will deliver a presentation to the judging panel, from which the winners will be chosen.
Below are the six categories LEO Learning and its partners are nominated for:
- Best Learning Technologies Project – UK Commercial Sector (Godiva)
- Excellence in the Design of Learning Content – UK Commercial Sector (Godiva)
- Best Learning Game – UK (Godiva)
- Excellence in the Design of Learning Content – Public and Non-Profit Sector (Education and Training Foundation)
- Best Learning Technologies Project – Public and Non-Profit Sector (Education and Training Foundation)
- Best Use of Learning Technologies to Ensure Compliance (Royal Mail)
LEO Learning delighted to be nominated for Learning Technologies Awards 2018
“We’re extremely pleased to be recognised in so many categories by the Learning Technologies Awards,” said LEO Learning Managing Director, Bill Flind. “Retaining and surpassing the momentum of our 2017 wins is no easy feat – but with our talented and experienced team, as well as our great partners at Godiva, Royal Mail and the Education and Training Foundation, we’re confident in our continued ability to delight our customers.”
The 2018 Learning Technologies Awards “recognise the commitment, enthusiasm and passion for learning technologies across the world.” Entries were received from a huge range of sectors, including healthcare, pharmaceuticals, finance, transport, utilities, retail, leisure and communications, as well as national and international government, major public and membership bodies and leading international education brands.
To view the full Learning Technologies Awards 2018 shortlist, click here.