The Elearning Awards are an annual event inviting clients and providers to present their latest work to a panel of independent judges. Comprising of 20 categories across platforms, elearning and blends, it’s extremely competitive to win the coveted Gold Awards.
Whittling down over 250 entrants, the independent judging panel have created their diverse shortlist, which highlights the massive range and reach that elearning now has. City & Guilds Kineo have been shortlisted with three global clients in three different categories.
Category J - Best Use of Elearning to Ensure Compliance with External Regulations or Internal Policies
Joining forces with PwC, CG Kineo have helped to deliver engaging compliance training which proves ROI and provides clear, detailed results in cost-savings and impact. PwC expects the highest standard of compliance in an ever-increasingly challenging regulatory environment, and AML is no exception. Using innovative techniques and adopting a personalised, learner-driven approach, this has been shortlisted amongst 11 other entrants.
Want to make your compliance learner-driven like PwC? Consider making it more social and informal with these tips.
Category L - Best Learning Game, Simulation or Virtual Environment
McDonald’s had the challenge of training 91,000 employees based across 1,200 restaurants on a new till system. Wanting something that would appeal to a predominantly young staff (and be more efficient and cost-effective than their traditional shoulder-to-shoulder training) McDonald’s worked with CG Kineo to create a till training game. Evidencing high success rates, cost-savings and bolstering uptake of training and knowledge retention, the game has been an unquestionable success and sits with 5 other entrants in the shortlist.
Want to use games to make your learning impactful? Here’s 5 ideas to get you started.
Category O - Best Learning Management System Implementation
How do you provide essential product knowledge to a global team of dealers and re-sellers? Traditionally, Sony Europe executed a classroom approach to training, but by offering a technology-led approach to training they have experienced excellent cost-savings, and provided an enhanced customer experience. They have produced an original, on-brand and customised learning portal, which is unique and innovative in that it fully integrates with their CMS and marketing tracking programmes. The Sony Knowledge Portal is currently shortlisted with 6 other entrants.
If you’d like to find out more about all the categories and full shortlist, go to e-learning age’s website.
Attend the Gala Evening
All the winners will be announced on November 6 in a fantastic black tie event in London. The gala evening is a great opportunity to celebrate achievements in the elearning field, both in the UK and worldwide, while networking with key influencers in the industry.