It was another great night at the 2011 ELearning Awards for Kineo and its clients last week, with four awards coming back to the Kineo offices– more than any other company in what was an event of very high standards.
Kineo’s fresh approach to partnership for a great client experience and measurable results made an impact on the judges. The prestigious event in London’s West End saw Kineo winning awards in four categories with our clients:
- Best use of rapid elearning with McDonald’s UK
- Best elearning project securing widespread adoption with BP
- Excellence in the production of learning content – private sector with Compass Group
- Excellence in the production of learning content – not for profit sector with League Football Association and Sportiv8
Kineo’s nominated candidate for outstanding achievement by an individual, Mike Booth of Cable&Wireless, also triumphed on the night.
Commenting on the results, Kineo’s Managing Director Steve Rayson said: “It’s great for our clients, and our hardworking team, to be honoured four times in the same evening. We’re delighted to have the opportunities to work with some of the world’s biggest organisations and it’s terrific to have this recognition of the quality of experience and results we’ve delivered for our clients. It was a high standard as always, and my congratulations to all companies who were shortlisted and awarded. The UK elearning industry is a centre for the highest quality elearning, and we’re proud to be part of its success.”
You can find out what has made these programmes and partnerships award-winning by reviewing the case studies for all of these clients at the Kineo website.