The shortlist for the Learning Technologies Awards have been announced, and we are proud to say that we have been named as a finalist, our second accolade in two months!
With our client partner, Tusla, Child and Family Agency, we are shortlisted for our work on An Introduction to Children First eLearning programme in the Best learning technologies project - public and non-profit sector.
Last month we were also joint victors in the Brandon Hall Group Awards, receiving Bronze for Best Unique or Innovative Learning and Development Program.
The first eLearning programme of its kind requested by the Irish Government, An Introduction to Children First eLearning programme was developed to educate and support the thousands of individuals who work with children and families across Ireland to recognise child abuse and report a concern in relation to a child’s welfare or protection to Tusla.
The Learning Technologies Awards recognise and reward outstanding solutions and industry excellence. The awards receive hundreds of entries from around the globe and include submissions from many of the world’s leading organisations.
“We are honoured to join this revered list. I’m looking forward to sharing our success story with the judging panel next week, where we can best demonstrate how we collaborate with our clients to create innovative learning solutions that work for both for the learner and the organisation.” Said Gavin Woods, Client Services Director at Aurion Learning.
Winners of the Learning Technology Awards will be announced on 27 November in London.
Read about the Children First case study.