Silver | Learning and Performance Institute’s Provider of the Year
Virtual College won silver in the ‘Learning Provider of the Year’ category at Learning and Performance Institute’s 2017 Learning Awards. Including the highest achieving individuals and organisations from the world of learning and development, we were humbled to win such a prestigious award.
Learning Technologies Awards
Widely recognised as Europe’s largest L&D event, the awards saw global industry leaders gather in London on 30 November 2016 to celebrate the best in learning technologies both in the UK and worldwide. We were nominated for a total of three awards and won the big award of the night.
Gold | Learning Technologies supplier of the year
Explaining why they chose Virtual College as the winners, the judging panel stated that: “For two decades, Virtual College has been developing and supplying collaborative, customer-focused e-learning technology for organisations world-wide. The dedication of the team combined with an agile way of working, has further improved the level and quality of service for customers, as well as the end results in their organisations.”
Virtual College identified in London Stock Exchange’s ‘1000 Companies to Inspire Britain’
Virtual College has been identified as one of London Stock Exchange’s 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain. The report is a celebration of the UK’s fastest-growing and most dynamic small and medium sized businesses.
Learning Technologies E-learning Awards
The independently judged Learning Technologies Awards recognise the best learning technology and e-learning content. We were nominated for a total of four awards, winning the following in each category:
Gold | E-learning development company of the year
We were honoured to win gold in this highly competitive category. We focused our application around the work we did with the NHS, PACE (Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation), and Housing Ombudsman Service. The recognition of this work, combined with how we catalogue our methods and products, meant that we were able to proudly take home the Gold award.
The judges commented that: "Virtual College captured our imagination from the outset. Their agile methodology has delivered significant results in customer satisfaction.”
Commenting on the success at the awards, Rod Knox said: “It is hugely rewarding to receive independent recognition of our contribution to the e-learning sector.”
Silver | Rod Knox: Learning Technologies outstanding contribution
Our CEO Rod Knox is a pioneer in the e-learning field. His dedication to progress has shaped the online learning landscape, and his technical understanding and innovation has opened the industry to new markets. Rod’s outstanding contribution to e-learning was noted, and he was awarded the Silver in this category.FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THIS AWARD
Bronze | Excellence in the production of learning content in the not for profit sector
Virtual College worked with the Home Office to develop the first e-learning course on the sensitive issue of female genital mutilation (FGM). There had previously not been a cohesive approach to identifying and preventing the practice, which affects an estimated 140 million worldwide.
Bronze | E-learning Age outstanding learning organisation
Since the early days of Virtual College, we have been recognised as a best practice example of e- learning development and delivery. We have worked with thousands of organisations including the NHS, Safeguarding Children boards, Coca Cola, The Ambulance Service, Selfridges and Harvey Nichols. Our long-standing position as leaders in the industry earned us the Bronze award in this prestigious category.