Kineo Quality & Awards
Quality is a major focus at Kineo and we are proud to have ISO 9001:2008 accreditation. ISO 9001:2008 is the global standard for quality management systems.
Our focus is on delivering solutions that help our clients to achieve their business objectives rather than winning awards. However, it is nice to be recognised by the industry and to pick up some awards from time to time.
Kineo's Award-Winning Solutions
In addition to the below e-learning awards, 2012 also saw Totara LMS (our co-owned open-source LMS for corporates), pick up 3 awards:
E-Learning Awards 2012
Silver for Best Private Sector E-learning Project for our work with Nikon.
Bronze for Best Not-for-Profit E-learning Project for our work with Whizz-Kidz.
Brandon Hall Gold Award 2012
Brandon Hall Gold for Best in Compliance Training for our suite of e-learning modules and awareness raising with Warner Bros.
Four E-Learning Awards 2011
Silver for Best e-learning project securing widespread adoption for our work with BP.
Silver for Best use of rapid e-learning content for our work with McDonald's.
Silver for Excellence in the production of learning content - Private Sector for our work with Compass Group.
Bronze for Excellence in the production of learning content - Not for Profit Sector for our work with League Football Education and Sportiv8.
And Kineo friend and our nominee Cable&Wireless's Mike Booth, won E-learning industry award for outstanding achievement – individual. (Well done Mike!) View the case study of some of our work with Cable&Wireless.
E-Learning Age Gold Award 2010
Kineo and Marks & Spencer struck gold at the 2010 E-Learning Age Awards, with the M&S Café Service project being recognised by the judges as the best e-learning private sector project of 2010.
Articulate Guru Award 2010
Kineo won an Articulate Guru Award for the e-learning it created and delivered with McDonald’s UK using Articulate. Read about the e-learning award.
Rapid E-Learning & Moodle LMS Award 2009
Kineo won the Silver Award at the 2009 E-Learning Age Awards for our rapid e-learning and Moodle LMS deployment for Canon.
Read the full e-learning case study.
Technological Innovation Award 2009
PwC won the prestigious Re:locate award for technological innovation for their Global Mobility e-learning developed by Kineo.
PwC scooped the accolade for Technological Innovation in Relocation for its web-based Global Mobility e-learning tool, which offers training and accreditation to all the firm’s Global Mobility practitioners. The e-learning consists of nine e-learning modules and an online certificated assessment which has been rolled out to over 100 countries. Describing this as an “exceptional” entry, the judges highlighted the product’s user-friendliness and effectiveness. As one judge said, “Outstanding: incredibly slick and professional – and it works.”
Articulate E-Learning Award 2009
Kineo client Springfield Service Corporation won an Articulate Guru award at this year's 2009 Articulate E-Learning awards.
Tim Buteyn, Director of Training with Springfield Service Corporation, submitted the award-winning course, and designed a compelling story and e-learning module. The judges loved his approach.
What also stood out for the judges was the way he used a custom player from Articulate partner Kineo to create a clean professional look, along with the use of video and interactivity to reinforce the learning.
E-Learning Company of the Year 2008
The E-learning Age awards recognise excellence in the e-learning industry in the UK, with some categories having over 27 entries. The awards were announced at a gala dinner in London on November 6th, 2008.
Kineo was chosen as E-Learning Company of the Year by a panel of judges, comprising experts in the industry. The judges commented:
"Kineo employs a fresh approach and has an unrelenting focus on customer development and customer satisfaction. The judges noted outstanding customer feedback."
Blended Learning Solution of the Year 2008
Kineo’s innovative blended learning program with BELL won the US Training Magazine's Training Technology in Action (TIA) award in the US for Blended Learning & Performance Project of the Year 2008. The TIA awards are judged by industry experts and place a heavy emphasis on demonstrable, data-driven learning impact and results.
BELL (Building Educated Leaders for Life) is a rapidly growing ‘not for profit’ organisation that provides out-of-school-time tutoring to elementary school children living in low-income, urban communities in the US. BELL commissioned Kineo after a competitive selection process to partner with them to develop a blended learning solution which would enable them to reduce costs and expand the reach of their learning into new regions.
Rapid E-Learning Solution of the Year 2008
Kineo won second prize in the World of Learning Awards for Rapid E-Learning Solution of the Year 2008.
To deliver on challenging key business and customer requirements, Cable&Wireless partnered with Kineo to develop new ways to address business requirements. The rapid e-learning approach that was developed enabled Cable&Wireless to transform learning in their business.
Judged by an independent panel of experts, the World of Learning Awards recognise and reward organisations and people who have significantly advanced workplace productivity and performance within the field of learning and development.
Kineo also won the E-Learning Age Silver Award for its rapid e-learning work with Cable&Wireless.