We’ve been supporting organisations globally with online teaching and learning solutions for 20 years, and we’re delighted that we’ve been acknowledged for the transformational work we’re doing in this sector.
We’re thrilled to announce that, for the second year running, we’ve been shortlisted for a prestigious Learning Technologies Award in the ‘Best Use of Simulations or Virtual Environment for Learning’ category.
The awards, being held on 17 November at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel in London, will recognise the excellence of learning technology organisations from across the world.
Paving the way for a new era of learning and teaching
The effectiveness of learning from real-life experience is undisputed. However, the global pandemic put a stop to in-person learning experiences, and organisations have had to find new innovative ways to continue skills-based training for their workforce.
When the pandemic hit, our corporate client, IMI Norgren, realised they needed to reinvent their existing simulation-based training and provide a blended learning programme of structured, bite-sized learning that their engineers could access when and where needed.
We came in to transform their existing content providing self-paced, virtual learning that supported the continuation of upskilling engineers.
This provided a cost and time-effective alternative, saving the organisation 100 days of travel time and substantial on-site training costs savings while ensuring engineers were up to date with new features and functions and, importantly, were able to continue to train on the job in a meaningful way.
Founder and Senior Vice President, Prasad Mohare, said, “We’re relatively new to the UK market, so to be recognised for our commitment and excellence in the learning technologies field here is just remarkable.
“We’re absolutely thrilled to be amongst some of the world leaders in education and learning technologies, and whatever the outcome on the night, we’re extremely proud of the work we’ve done for IMI Norgren. This work has future-proofed the way they train their engineers and has ensured they can continue to up-skill their people.”
We’ll be attending the Learning Technologies Awards ceremony later this month, and we’ll be sure to let you know the outcome of the evening!
And if we can help you reimagine the way you provide online teaching and learning, please get in touch. For an informal chat about how we might be able to provide a solution or support you in your journey to future-proofing your teaching and learning approach, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.