LEO’s first award of the night was a gold award for our ‘Supporting Bereaved Children’ project with Child Bereavement UK. This was followed by two silver awards for our ‘Think Sustainability’ project with PwC.
The full list of LEO’s E-Learning Age Award wins is as follows:
- Gold - Excellence in the production of learning content - third sector - LEO and CBUK
- Silver - Excellence in the production of learning content - private sector - LEO and PwC
- Silver - Best e-learning project - UK private sector - LEO and PwC
LEO was also shortlisted for the ‘Best e-learning project - third sector’ award with client Dimensions, as well as Maggy Kohn’s nomination for the ‘E-learning designer of the year’ award.
As the company’s first ever awards season as LEO, this achievement reflects the enhanced depth and breadth of the new service offering, as well as the meaningful partnerships established with some of the world’s leading global organisations.
Chief Executive Jonathan Satchell said: “I am delighted with the success for Child Bereavement UK and PwC at the E-Learning Age Awards last night. These awards are an independent affirmation of the excellent solutions LEO is creating in partnership with our customers and I’m thrilled that the hard work of our newly enlarged team has been recognised. I would like to thank everyone involved in creating the winning projects and also congratulate all the other nominees and winners.”
These new award wins follow the learning technology firm’s success earlier in the season, where the team won a bronze Brandon Hall award.
For the full list of winners, please visit the E-Learning Age Awards website.