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Acteon has been announced as the winner of the Outstanding Innovator category in Co-op’s Supplier Recognition awards.
Acteon has been announced as the winner of the Outstanding Innovator category in Co-op’s Supplier Recognition awards.
Why is it more important than ever to focus on the business impact of learning interventions? And how can communication campaigns help deliver that impact? Learning News aims to find out in a spotlight interview with Acteon Communication and Learning.
Create learning experiences that promote positive behaviour change... The success of your organisation depends on the small, everyday actions of your people. How can you identify and shift these actions?
As we all increasingly move to virtual meetings and training, how can we improve our skills in keeping participants engaged online? This upcoming webinar this Wednesday with Jo Cook and Breeio will share tips and tricks for skillfully reading and responding to participants in your virtual classroom.
The team behind Breeio LMS is launching a streamlined integration with Zoom, making it easy to administrate, track and report on virtual events, as well as presenting virtual classroom sessions as part of blended programmes for learners.
Using virtual reality, Acteon will be helping LT2020 visitors to explore and visualise their dream destinations for learning.
Acteon believes that when we connect with what matters to people, they are more engaged, which leads to behaviour change and improved performance. Acteon wanted to test this and devised an experiment in the form of a game – Hexit.
Acteon’s Rebecca Trigg will be presenting a seminar at the Learning Technologies Summer Forum, 11th July, on the subject of Creating Magical Content for Human Beings.
Channel 4 and Acteon’s WTF is Dovetail? project was a winner at the 2019 Mediatel Awards.
Old paradigms in learning and development are struggling to keep up with millennial organisations and their audiences. So how can organisations think different and deliver impact?
In 2017 the Co-op created a new Member Pioneer role to support their work in local communities. Member Pioneers are people from many backgrounds, with different mindsets and expectations about learning. With such a varied audience, how did the Co-op use learning to help them make great things happen in their communities?
Over the past two decades research has repeatedly shown that when new employee onboarding is done correctly, it leads to higher job satisfaction, increased engagement, lower turnover, improved performance, career effectiveness and lowered stress.
Communiqué judges announced that Acteon has been selected as a finalist in the ‘Small Consultancy of the Year’ category after a record year.
Speaking at the Learning Technologies Summer Forum on 13 June, Acteon will show how one of the country’s largest care providers, HC-One, used digital innovation to improve staff review and development.
“Driving behaviour change”, “aligning with culture” and “getting buy-in from senior leaders” topped Acteon's ‘impact’ poll at the CIPD Learning and Development Show 2017.
Join Acteon at the CIPD Learning and Development Show on 10-11 May as they endeavour to discover what’s making a real impact in organisations.
Owen Rose, Managing Partner at Acteon explores effective ways to achieve behaviour change by adopting the 'nudge' theory.
How do you achieve real behaviour change with learning interventions? Acteon show how a novel approach to learning design helped clients like Channel 4 achieve award-winning outcomes.
Compliance training should help keep people and organisations safe and effective. But this form of training has a bad reputation for being dull box-ticking, and often fails to deliver impact. Owen Rose explores the power of 'nudging' at this year's eLN Connect: Learning in a Digital World.
Award-winning platform, Knowledge Centre LMS to be showcased at World of Learning 2016.
Following their two major industry awards this year and major project wins with Bristol-Myers Squibb, Zoetis and AstraZeneca, Acteon is heading into the second-half of 2016 with ambitious plans to grow their Medcomms team to support their expanding client base.
Acteon will be exhibiting at the Learning Technologies Summer Forum taking place at Olympia Central on Tuesday 14 June 2016.
Discover how Channel 4 used campaign-led e-learning to meet diversity objectives.
The GSMA’s Mobile World Congress took place in the vibrant city of Barcelona, at the end of February 2016. The event is an opportunity for organisations to showcase leading mobile innovations and explore new developments that will shape our use of mobile technology in the future.
Acteon and Channel 4 are taking part in the upcoming Learning Technologies event in London.
Acteon and Channel 4 were double award winners at the annual E-learning Awards on 25 November 2015.
The World of Learning exhibition and conference features even more opportunities to discover the latest in L&D with over 120 exhibitors, The Technology Test Drive, live workshops, one-to-one consultations, free seminars and its renowned annual conference.
E-Learning Awards judges announced that Acteon, an eight-time Gold E-Learning Award winner, has been selected as a finalist in two categories for its work with UK broadcaster Channel 4.
Acteon is delighted to be supporting Towards Maturity in their latest In-Focus Report: Building Engagement – 7 techniques to improve staff engagement.
Acteon is delighted to be working with the Creative Diversity Network to develop blended learning in support of the new Diamond diversity monitoring initiative for the UK TV industry.
Acteon will be demonstrating how ‘Agile Video’ can strengthen content and improve credibility at the up-and-coming Learning Technologies Summer Forum.
Acteon will be exhibiting at the CIPD Learning and Development Show, giving practical advice on how to improve engagement and create learning that makes a positive impact.
Acteon is taking part in the upcoming Learning Technologies 2015 event in London, providing the inside scoop on their triple-award-winning project with Channel 4.
Acteon and Channel 4 received two gold and one silver award at the annual E-learning Awards on 6 November in London, winning the very competitive, ‘Best production of e-learning content’.
Six-time Gold winners Acteon are finalists for ‘Best e-learning project’ at this year’s E-learning Awards, a category the company won in 2013 and has been a finalist in for three consecutive years.
Healthcare provider HC-One was recognised by the Chartered Institute of People Development as the winner of the ‘Best Learning and Development Initiative’ on 30 September for their work with Acteon, the eighth award this transformational staff development programme has garnered.
Award-winning Acteon is exhibiting at the World of Learning & Conference Exhibition 2014, and presenting a seminar on using blended learning 'beyond the module'.
E-learning Awards judges announced on Monday 8 September that Acteon, a six-time Gold E-learning Award winner, has been selected as a finalist in three categories for its work with UK broadcaster Channel 4.
Acteon is delighted to be supporting Towards Maturity in their latest In-Focus Report: Building engagement – 7 techniques to improve staff engagement.
Alison Innes-Farquhar, Head of People Development and Engagement at HC-One and the 2014 Chief Learning Officer of the Year, is delivering a seminar on blended e-learning and offline strategies at the upcoming CIPD Learning and Development Show, in London on 30 April.
Dr Owen Rose, Managing Partner at Acteon, will deliver a case study: E-learning empowers business transformation for healthcare provider HC-One at the CIPD Learning and Development Show, London Olympia, on 30 April.
HC-One’s Head of People and Organisational Development won the Gold Award for Chief Learning Officer of the Year at the prestigious Learning Awards for her work with Acteon on a transformational staff development programme.
Dr Owen Rose, Managing Partner at Acteon, will be delivering a case study: Anatomy of the ‘E-Learning project of the year’ at on day 2 of Learning Technologies 2014.
Acteon Communication and Learning won two Golds and one Silver in the Training Journal Awards on 27th November for their work with healthcare provider HC-One. This concludes a remarkable month that has seen Acteon collect six top industry awards, following recent recognition at the Peer Awards and the E-Learning Awards.
Acteon Communication and Learning and HC-One received two gold awards at the annual E-learning Awards on November 7th in London, winning the very competitive ‘E-learning Project of the Year’.
Acteon Communication and Learning and HC-One were awarded the 2013 Peer Award for ‘Excellence in Technology for People and Performance’ for their innovative programme aimed at helping the UK care home operator deliver kind care for residents and relatives.
Acteon Communication and Learning is a finalist in three categories of the 2013 E-learning Awards, including E-learning Project of the Year for the second consecutive year.
Acteon Communication and Learning is a finalist in four categories of the 2013 TJ Awards.
Acteon is delighted to be supporting Towards Maturity in their latest In-Focus Report: Aligning learning to business – the 7 habits of highly aligned learning and development teams.
Hear how Britain's third largest care home operator, HC-One, put e-learning at the heart of their change journey and discover the key success factors that enabled them to achieve outstanding results.
Find out how e-learning, developed by Acteon, drove staff engagement and business transformation in exceptionally challenging circumstances.
Information Transfer has changed its name to Acteon Communication and Learning. We’re making this change to better convey the positive impact we are delivering for our clients.
For Information Transfer 2011 was an exciting year, with the highest ever demand for their outstanding blended learning solutions. To meet this demand, the company has brought in three exceptional team members whose skills and experience further enrich the portfolio of solutions available to its clients.
Following their joint award win with Information Transfer for “Best e-learning project securing widespread adoption” in the E-learning Awards, Cambian Group will be presenting at the Learning Technologies conference on the topic “Planning for great adoption rates”.
Information Transfer won the highly competitive Gold E-learning Award for securing widespread adoption for a record fourth time Thursday evening at the e-learning industry’s annual awards dinner in London.
The Cambridge-based communications and training firm was recognised for its work with Cambian Group, a leading UK provider of specialist services in education, mental health rehabilitation and learning disabilities.
The latest version of the popular Seminar Knowledge Centre LMS, due for release this autumn, features integrated social learning capabilities for trainers to build into their courses, as well as delivery to iPhone and iPad devices.
Information Transfer has joined the Ambassador Programme of Towards Maturity, a leading European benchmark practice which promotes independent research in order to encourage effective practices in e-learning.
Howard Steed has joined the technical team at Information Transfer, responsible for the specification, implementation and ongoing support of the software solutions that enable their clients to establish widespread and successful adoption of e-learning within their organisations.
The London Fire Brigade’s “Training Support Team” were recognised by the Mayor of London during a ceremony on February 25th for the introduction of e-learning across the Brigade using Seminar Author and the Seminar Knowledge Centre.
Magnox explains how Information Transfer helped them project manage the decommissioning of five nuclear power stations through specialist e-learning.
Alison Innes-Farquhar, Care Management Group, and Owen Rose, Information Transfer, will be speaking at the eLearning Network event: 'Proven Recipes For Elearning Success' on March 5 in London.
Information Transfer to speak at the Learning Technologies exhibition on aligning e-learning with core business goals.
David Spruzen, Commercial Director at Care Management Group, will be speaking about how CMG, working closely with Information Transfer, has transformed itself through learning.
Information Transfer and Care Management Group have won the 2009 E-Learning Award for the 'Best e-learning project securing widespread adoption'. The win means that Information Transfer has now won this award category in three of the four years since it was introduced.
United Biscuits and Magnox South may not have a lot in common; UB is one of the world's pre-eminent branded snack businesses, producing some of the best known and loved products, such as Penguin and Jaffa Cakes. Magnox South is the contractor currently responsible for decommissioning five nuclear sites on behalf of the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority. However, they do both have one thing in common: they have an ongoing need to ensure that employees understand their technical processes; and they have both recently commissioned Information Transfer to help them do that.
Information Transfer and Care Management Group (CMG) have been shortlisted for the
E-learning Award in the category ‘Best e-learning project securing widespread adoption.’
The joint entry demonstrates how a new e-learning implementation can be enthusiastically adopted within a people-focussed working environment, and can rapidly deliver significant business impact.
Information Transfer and Priory Group have been shortlisted for the E-learning industry award for outstanding achievement. The joint entry tells the story of Foundations for Growth (FFG), a blended corporate learning programme with e-learning at its heart.
Information Transfer is pleased to announce the appointment of Laura Scarlett to its team of training and communication consultants.
Information Transfer will be demonstrating how e-learning can be embedded at the heart of organisational change and development, at the annual eLearning Network Supplier Showcase on July 10th, De Vere West One, London.
Information Transfer is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr John Morris to its team of pharmaceutical and healthcare training specialists.
It is hard to stand out from the crowd at Europe's largest training exhibition and conference, but Information Transfer will be suggesting ways that companies can reinforce their own corporate identity through a carefully planned, bespoke e-learning solution (HRD, London ExCel, 1.45 - 2.15 Wednesday 22nd April).
Information Transfer welcomes some of our new clients: Bayer HealthCare, RMD Kwikform and JohnsonDiversey. For each of these clients we are developing bespoke e-learning solutions that translate complex or technical content into engaging training.
Roger Mann has stepped down as Managing Partner of Information Transfer and the partners have appointed Owen Rose and Matthew Borg as the new joint leaders of the business.
A product knowledge training portal designed by Information Transfer to support the launch of a break-through new drug in the UK was launched in January for the sales team of a global pharmaceutical company.
Information Transfer will present ‘Designing product portals for sales success’ on January 29 at the Learning Technologies Exhibition in London.
What do the following businesses have in common: an engineering company, a global manufacturing company, a healthcare nutrition provider, an accountancy firm, a supplier of commercial hygiene services and a multinational pharmaceutical company?
Training and communication consultancy Information Transfer and residential property consultants Hamptons International have been shortlisted for the 2008 E-learning Awards in the highly competitive category, 'Meeting the needs of compliance for an external regulator or internal workforce'. The joint entry is an e-learning programme delivering compliance training to all staff across Hamptons' network of 80 UK branches.
Training and communication consultancy Information Transfer LLP and leading accountancy firm KPMG LLP have been shortlisted for the E-learning Award in the category 'The best use of rapid e-learning content'.
Information Transfer are award-winning experts in helping companies maximise the uptake of e-learning. For the last two years they have helped their clients win the Elearning Awards for 'Best elearning project securing widespread adoption'.
Property Consultant, Hamptons International has commissioned Information Transfer to write an e-learning course on lone working to complement their classroom training. The course explains personal safety issues and introduces the firm’s policy and procedures for staff who need to work alone.
Award-winning training consultancy, Information Transfer, leads the way in helping companies successfully embed e-learning. Come and pick up some hot tips at this year’s HRD exhibition, 15th – 17th April, London ExCel.
Information Transfer and Superquinn have been awarded the prestigious E-Learning Age award for 'Best Project Securing Widespread Adoption'. This is the second year in succession that Information Transfer has taken top prize in this hotly contested category.
Seminar Author's latest feature caught the eye of many visitors at the World of Learning Conference and Exhibition (WOLCE) last week at the NEC, Birmingham.
Information Transfer and Priory Group have been awarded a prestigious National Training Award in the South East region for one of the training courses in their multi-award winning corporate learning programme. Winners of this award are deemed to have undertaken training that has demonstrated outstanding achievement and proven benefits.
Dublin-based grocery retailer, Superquinn, has 22 supermarkets and is known for a very high level of customer service and for being the first to introduce new initiatives. Superquinn decided to devolve responsibility for staff training to each of the sites, incorporating e-learning as part of a blended learning programme. A suite of e-learning materials in each store would provide a flexible and consistent way for local managers to support staff development.
Information Transfer is delighted to be working with new clients PZ Cussons, Trinity-Chiesi Pharmaceuticals and Interserve Facilities Management.
Information Transfer has written a course on a key financial subject for Leeds Teaching Hospitals, the NHS' largest Trust.
Following a successful and ongoing working relationship with pharmaceutical company, Organon UK, Organon Australia and Organon's Head Office in the Netherlands, Information Transfer will now be working with Organon Inc, the company's global division based in New Jersey.
A leading UK residential property agency demonstrated the flexibility and value of e-learning recently as it trained hundreds of staff from 70 UK offices on the rapidly-changing details of the new Home Information Packs.
The Priory Group has been selected as a National Training Award finalist for one of the training areas addressed in their multi-award winning corporate learning programme developed in partnership with Information Transfer.
Information Transfer has won a prestigious industry award for their work with Priory Group, which was named "E-learning Project of the Year" by the Institute of IT Training at a ceremony in London on February 1.
Information Transfer and Priory Group have won a prestigious E-learning award 2006 for their work on a corporate e-learning programme. The award gave recognition to "the best e-learning project securing widespread adoption."
The Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) has partnered with Information Transfer to launch a new e-learning service aimed at NHS professionals and staff throughout the UK.
The Priory Group has launched a new corporate intranet designed by Information Transfer for its 5,000 staff located across the UK.
Information Transfer and Priory Group have been shortlisted for a prestigious eLearning Award for their work on an extensive blended corporate learning programme.
Cambridge-based communication consultancy Information Transfer have released the latest product in their range of e-learning software - Seminar Surveyor.
A Priory Group director delivered an engaging and entertaining case study on blended learning to a large group of delegates at the annual Chartered Institute of Professional Development-run HRD conference at Olympia in London.
Following a lengthy research process, high profile estate agency Knight Frank has selected Information Transfer's Knowledge Centre e-learning management system as its online training platform.
The Arts Council of England (ACE) has selected Information Transfer to deliver its extensive and innovative induction training programme to go out to all UK staff, as well as staff in its associate organisations. Information Transfer will be creating bespoke content, to be delivered online via a customised learning and knowledge management system.
Communication consultancy Information Transfer has been selected to support a nationwide initiative to fight crime with the development of an e-learning programme on ANPR, to be used throughout all UK police forces.
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