800 people from the learning and development industry gathered in London tonight to celebrate the very best in learning technologies. Over 400 entries were received across the globe from 30 different countries and gold, silver and bronze awards were handed out in 23 categories.
High Speed Training won Gold Learning Technologies Organisation of the Year; Thrive won Silver and Learnerbly and Ufi VocTech Trust won Bronze. Thrive also won gold awards for its Learning Platform implementation with Vodafone and for Learning Analytics with Ann Summers.
Stellantis UK won Gold Learning Technologies Team and Learning Pool won a double Gold for Learning Designer of the Year and Learning Developer of the Year. Gold Online Distance Learning Programme was Holland & Barrett and NatWest won gold Digital Learning Transformation Programme.
The full 2023 list of winners is on the Learning Technologies Awards website from tomorrow morning.
Mark Penton of CloserStill Media, said: “On behalf of everyone involved in organising the Learning Technologies Awards 2023, I’d like to thank all those who entered and to congratulate all of the winners and finalists. I’d like to thank our judges chaired by The Learning Network, our gala hosts Rob Beckett and Deborah Frances White and each of our valued sponsors.”
Looking ahead to 2024
If you think you’ve got what it takes to be a winner in 2024 then why not enter? Entries for the 2024 programme will open in May and need to be registered by July, submissions and judging takes place in the Autumn and the learning tech industry will return again to London next November to celebrate the winners.
Visit the Learning Technologies Awards website for more information.