LEO Learning is delighted to announce its first win of the industry award season with a bronze award in the Best Use of Blended Learning category at the Brandon Hall Group Excellence Awards for Learning and Development. The Brandon Hall award was given for LEO Learning’s Virtual Campus project with KPMG and the NHS Leadership Academy.
This award is significant as it marks LEO Learning’s first award win since the merger of Epic and LINE in July 2014. It is also important because it recognises the learning technologies firm’s international success.
The Brandon Hall Awards are known for their rigorous judging process, with entries evaluated by an international panel of independent industry experts, Brandon Hall Group senior analysts and an executive leadership team.
The award-winning programmes are the largest and most comprehensive set of leadership development programmes ever undertaken by the NHS. Alongside the Leadership Academy and KPMG, LEO Learning worked with Birmingham and Manchester Universities, expert face-to-face trainers and international expert partners to deliver the programmes. LEO Learning provided consultancy and platforms expertise, the design and delivery of all learning content, learning assets, the build of the virtual campus and support for three years after its inception.