05 August, 2013
Aurion Learning and Irish League of Credit Unions (ILCU) are delighted to announce that their online training system - CU Learn has been revealed as a finalist for Best E-Learning Project at this year's DANI Awards.
The online learning platform enables ILCU to manage and deliver online training and accredited programmes; record attendance for classroom training and CPD in one central area to their 487 affiliated credit unions and 14,000 staff and volunteers across Ireland.
Aurion Learning Managing Director, Dr. Maureen Murphy commented:
“I’m delighted that CU Learn has been further recognised as a highly dynamic e-learning platform. It is a great testament to the quality of work we do together with our clients that supports their learning and development objectives."
The DANI Awards are the Northern Ireland’s premier Digital Industry Awards; celebrating excellence within the digital sector. CU Learn, which received an outstanding achievement award at the IITD awards earlier this year, has been shortlisted for Best E-Learning Project, for the online learning platform.
The winners of the DANI Awards will be revealed on Friday, 13th 2013, at St.Columbs Hall, Derry~Londonderry as part of Culture Tech festival.
About the Irish League of Credit Unions:
The Irish League of Credit Unions (ILCU) was set up in 1960 to represent and service affiliated credit unions throughout Ireland. It now represents the interests of almost 487 credit unions with over 3 million members.
About Aurion Learning:
Founded in 2000, Aurion Learning is a full service learning and development company specialising in the design of online learning programmes and innovative learning and CPD management tools to client partners throughout the UK and Ireland in the public, private and third sector.
Aurion Learning also provides strategy and capability building services to help organisations develop focused online learning strategies and to develop their own online learning in-house.
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