Kineo Shortlisted for Rapid Elearning Award

14/10/08.

Kineo is proud to announce that it has been shortlisted for a prestigous World of Learning Award. Kineo has been shortlisted for its work with Cable & Wireless for rapid elearning solution of the year.

To deliver on challenging key business and customer requirements, Cable & Wireless needed to find a new model for elearning delivery – one that could provide rapid response, high quality and cost-effectiveness. To achieve this Cable & Wireless chose to partner with Kineo, the leaders in rapid elearning, to collaborate with its internal team to develop new ways to address business requirements. The smart approach to rapid elearning is helping to transform learning in Cable & Wireless, by delivering more elearning for less.

The value delivered through this partnership has been recognised by the World of Learning awards by shortlisting it for the ‘Rapid Elearning Solution of the year’.

Kineo and Cable & Wireless have used a range of rapid elearning tools and techniques to deliver a huge range of solutions to the business, including over 20 product knowledge modules, a suite of 12 modules for the 650 managers in the organisation and a learning microsite. The average development time for a module is three weeks.

Mike Booth, Learning Technology Manager at Cable & Wireless said:
“We’re delighted to be recognised as a company that’s leading on the effective use of rapid elearning. Through our partnership with Kineo, we’ve been able to deliver high quality learning at great speed to the business, time and again. The feedback from the business and from learners has been tremendous. We’re very proud of the results and of the great partnership we’ve built with the Kineo team. “

Steve Rayson, Kineo Managing Partner, says, “Our collaboration with Cable & Wireless shows how a rapid approach to elearning can transform organisations. Through our focus on design and quality, coupled with efficiency in development, we have delivered over 50 modules for Cable & Wireless, in an average timeline of three weeks per module. We’re immensely proud of the collaboration, and the nomination for this award.”

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.