Virtual College nominated in three Learning Technologies Awards categories
Following its success in last year’s Learning Technologies Awards, Virtual College has been nominated in three categories for the 2016 Awards:
- Learning technologies supplier of the year
- Excellence in the design of learning content - public and non-profit sector.
- Learning technologies designer of the year
Over 170 organisations from 20 different countries have entered for these prestigious global awards. As a total of 279 entries were made, from global names including the BBC, Jaguar Land Rover and the World Health Organisation, these nominations represent a tremendous accolade for Virtual College.
The Learning Technologies Awards is the leading, independently judged scheme in the industry. The judging is independently co-ordinated by the eLearning Network and comprises a panel of judges drawn from leading professionals in learning and development. Judges are chosen based not only on their skill, depth of experience and reputation, but also for their contribution to, and passion for, e-learning.
The Learning Technologies Awards gala evening will be held at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge in London, UK on 30 November, 2016.
At the 2015 event, Virtual College turned their 4 nominations into 4 awards:
- Gold for 'E-learning development company of the year’
- Silver for CEO Rod Knox in the ‘Learning Technologies outstanding contribution award’ category
- Bronze in the ‘Excellence in the production of learning content - not for profit sector’ category
- Bronze in the ‘e.learning age outstanding learning organisation award’ category
NOTES TO THE EDITOR:
Virtual College has developed into one of the UK's leading providers of total solutions within the e-learning arena. Its key objective is to help enhance the traditional learning solution through the careful integration of technology.
Founded in 1995, today Virtual College has over 2 million registered online learners and this is growing at a rate of over 1,500 a day, across both public and private sectors. The company has developed a comprehensive product range, including over 300 online courses, accessed via the company's own Learning Management System, as well as offering a complete content design and development service.
Further information is available at www.virtual-college.co.uk.