Train4TradeSkills Double GOLD at the E-Learning Award 2011

Epic, Train4TradeSkills and Information Transfer were among the organisations that triumphed at the E-Learning Awards 2011. The gala evening was held at the Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square in London’s Mayfair. Entries were received from nearly 20 countries and nearly 500 people gathered to celebrate the strength and depth of successful e-learning that is taking place across the globe. 16 award categories produced a record 39 winners and showcased the astonishing range and quality of e-learning. Epic, Brightwave and Train4TradeSkills were both double gold winners with Epic also taking a bronze. Unicorn Training Group took gold in the much coveted e-learning development company of the year category while Information Transfer scooped gold for a record 4th time in the popular best e-learning project securing widespread adoption category. The full results of the 2011 E-Learning Awards are:    Best use of social media for learning Winner: Deutsche Welle German Courses Best use of synchronous e-learning Winner: Brightwave Best learning game, simulation or virtual environment Gold winner: Train4TradeSkills
Silver winner: Bronze winner: Parliament’s Education Service & Preloaded Caspian Learning/Interplay Energy

Best use of rapid e-learning content Gold winner: BT Learning & Development – SSV – eLearning & Multimedia
Silver winner: Bronze winner: McDonald’s UK and Kineo Unicorn Training Group

Best use of mobile learning Gold winner: Epic and Harper Collins
Silver winner: Silver winner: LINE Communications and the Royal School of Artillery Encyclopædia Britannica

Most innovative new learning hardware or software product Gold winner: Train4TradeSkills
Silver winner: Bronze winner: Bronze winner: DH e-Learning for Healthcare: e-Fetal Monitoring Curatr by HT2 Fusion Universal
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Best use of e-learning to ensure compliance with external regulations or internal policies Gold winner: CA Technologies Silver winner: RBS Group Bronze winner: Epic and the BBC Best online distance learning programme Gold winner: RM Lightbox/National College for School Leadership Silver winner: Workplace Law Environmental Best e-learning project securing widespread adoption Gold winner: Information Transfer and Cambian Group Silver winner: BP and Kineo Excellence in the production of learning content – not for profit sector Gold winner: LINE Communications and AO Foundation Silver winner: St George’s, University of London Bronze winner: League Football Education, Sportiv8 and Kineo Excellence in the production of learning content – public sector Gold winner: Epic and the BBC Silver winner: abcenglish, International Learning Centre and Wigan Council Bronze winner: NPIA/NCALT: Mental Ill Health and Learning Disability Awareness Excellence in the production of learning content – private sector Gold winner: eCom Scotland in partnership with Howden Silver winner: Boots in partnership with Mind Click Silver winner: Compass Group and Kineo Bronze winner: Purple Media Bronze winner: essential.genius E-learning industry award for outstanding achievement – individual Winner: Mike Booth – Cable & Wireless E-learning industry award for outstanding achievement – corporate Winner: Sky in partnership with Brightwave E-learning internal project team of the year Winner: Crown Prosecution Service E-learning development company of the year based overseas Winner: Michael Management Corporation E-learning development company of the year Gold winner: Unicorn Training Group Silver winner: Walkgrove

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The full results are at www.elearningage.co.uk/awards.aspx
For more information from Train4TradeSkills www.train4tradeskills.com

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