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Learning Technologies Awards 2021 winners announced

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The winners of the Learning Technologies Awards 2021 were announced tonight at the glittering gala evening in London.

Donald H Taylor opening the Learning Technologies Awards 2021 in London
Donald H Taylor opening the Learning Technologies Awards 2021 in London 

The Learning Technologies Awards were hosted by broadcaster and comedian, Deborah Frances-White. The awards are highly sought-after and recognise the commitment, enthusiasm and passion for learning technologies across the world. Finalists are selected by an independent judging panel of experts organised by the eLearning Network.

Mark Penton, event organiser, said: “A huge congratulations to all of the winners tonight. Winning a Learning Technologies Awards is the pinnacle of achievement in the industry. Considering the additional pressures everyone has been under this last year, it's all the more special to be able to recognise the efforts of learning professionals.”

Gold, Silver and Bronze awards were presented in 20 awards categories. The complete list of winners for the 2021 programme is available via the Learning Technologies Awards website.

Best Learning Technologies Project - Commercial Sector

Gold - MetLife distribution academy and NIIT
Silver - Notion
Bronze - SAS Software

Best Learning Technologies Project - Public & Non-profit Sector

Gold - The FA
Silver - IDEA
Bronze - Arist

Excellence in the Design of Learning Content - Commercial Sector

Gold - TinQwise
Silver - Flow Learning
Bronze - Limehouse

Excellence in the Design of Learning Content - Public & Non-profit Sector

Gold - BT and the Football Association
Silver - UN World Food Programme
Bronze- Leonard Cheshire and LAS

Best Use of Mobile Learning

Gold - Growth Engineering Ltd (L’Oreal)
Silver - Intuition Publishing (Herbalife)
Bronze - Make Real Ltd (Vodafone)

Best Use of Social and Collaborative Learning Technologies

Gold - L&G/ Hive Learning
Silver - Lowell

Best Technology-Based Onboarding Programme

Gold - Deloitte and Solvd Together
Silver - Essex County Council
Bronze - Digital Chefs and Jumbo Supermarkten

Most Innovative New Learning Technologies Product

Gold - Arist Holdings
Silver - Edocate Ltd
Bronze - Saffron Interactive

Best Learning Game

Gold - Kaplan / Lloyds Banking Group
Silver - Digital chefs - Jumbo Supermarkten
Bronze - Digital learning lead / Preloaded / Save the children 

Best Use of Simulations or Virtual Environments for Learning 

Gold - Northern Care Alliance Group
Silver - Rapiscan Systems
Bronze - EHL

Best Online Distance Learning Programme 

Gold - Holland & Barrett
Silver - StackFuel
Bronze - Ufi VocTech Trust / The NYA Youth Work Academy

Best Use of Blended Learning - Commercial Sector

Gold -NITT (MetLife Distribution Academy)
Silver -TalenTeam
Bronze -Verastar

Best Use of Blended Learning - Public & Non-profit Sector

Gold -Scottish Enterprise and Mind Tools for Business
Silver -Teach First
Bronze -NPCC and LAS

Best Learning Platform Implementation

Gold - Rituals and TinQWise
Silver - Ericsson and Degreed
Bronze - Hymans Roberston

Best Use of Learning Data Analytics to Impact Learner and Business Performance

Gold - Century / Ufi VocTech Trust
Silver - Qstream
Bronze - Holland & Barrett

Best Digital Learning Transformation Programme Implemented in Response to COVID-19

Gold - Teach First
Silver - Imperial College
Bronze - BPP

Learning Technologies Team of the Year

Gold - Health Education and Improvement Wales
Silver - Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service
Bronze - NatWest

Learning Organisation of the Year

Gold - Gold Award: LAS
Silver - Silver Award: NIIT
Bronze - GuyKat

Learning Designer of the Year

Gold - Gemma Towersey
Silver - Stefan Eger
Bronze - Catherine Nicolson

Learning Developer of the Year

Gold - Ronnie Wilson-Miller
Silver - Megan Yawor
Bronze - Gareth Compton