Global elearning leaders Kineo are delighted to have been shortlisted with our clients in 7 categories in the 2012 Elearning Awards, the UK’s leading elearning industry awards.
After returning home to Brighton with 4 awards following the 2011 Elearning Awards, Kineo and clients have again been honoured on the shortlist, this time for 7 awards in the UK’s biggest industry awards: the Elearning Awards, run by Elearning Age.
Kineo's places on the 2012 shortlist are:
- Excellence in the production of learning content - private sector (with Nikon)
- Excellence in the production of learning content - not for profit sector (with Whizz-Kidz)
- Best use of elearning to ensure compliance with external regulations or internal policies (with Warner Bros.)
- Best use of social media for learning (with EmbanetCompass)
- Best learning game, simulation or virtual environment (with McDonalds)
- Best online distance learning programme (with The Co-operative)
- Best elearning project – private (with Nikon)
The winners will announced at a glittering ELearning Awards Gala Evening in London, on 8th November. Tickets for the event can be purchased here.
Kineo has won over 12 awards in the UK and US in partnership with clients and are delighted to be shortlisted again this year. For the first time, nominations include work from the US team, reflecting the global nature of Kineo's projects and clients.
Kineo Director Stephen Walsh commented: “I’m delighted for our clients and our whole team to have again been shortlisted in so many categories at this year’s Elearning Awards. It’s a great testament to the quality of work we do together with our clients. It’s a really strong field this year, and I want to congratulate everyone who has been shortlisted – a great sign of the robust health of the elearning industry.”
The Gala event will also see the launch of the Kineo and Elearning Age new Insights Report, which will be an exclusive review of the global elearning market and the trends within it. Keep in touch with Kineo for more details on this.