Learning Pool win award for E-learning Development Company of the Year
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Learning Pool has cause for celebration today after winning one of the industry's highest accolades, ‘E-Learning Development Company of the Year' Bronze award, at last night’s E-Learning Awards in London.
In what has been described as the most fiercely sought after E-Learning Award category, the Bronze award marks Learning Pool's successes in both learning content creation and customer focus.
Paul McElvaney, Learning Pool CEO commented, “We’re over the moon to be recognised as one of the top e-learning companies in the UK. We work in partnership with our customers to make a real difference in their organisations and this award is testament to this relationship and the content development services that we offer. Using innovative technology, such as Adapt Learning, we give our customers editing capabilities over the content we produce, and this plus our renowned customer care has contributed to winning this award.”
“We received over 400 entries for the 2015 Awards and these have been whittled down to 145 to create the most competitive shortlist to date.” added Mark Penton.
Testament to their dedication to their customers successes this year, Learning Pool were also awarded the Institute of Customer Service Customer Focus Award, Silver in LPI's Learning Provider of the Year, listed in ELearning Industry's Top 10 eLearning Content Development Companies For 2015, Winner of Top Totara Seller 2015 and shortlisted for a further two E-learning Age awards.
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Learning Pool create content to challenge and engage their learners giving them a truly immersive experience. To find out how they can work in partnership with you and deliver the results that you need, get in touch at www.learningpool.com.
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