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Lumesse Learning shortlisted at the Learning Technologies Awards with EY and Vodafone

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Shortlisted for excellence in the design of learning content (EY) and best use of learning technologies to ensure compliance (Vodafone).

Lumesse Learning has been shortlisted in two categories of the prestigious learning industry awards for its bespoke learning content development work with clients.

The Learning Technologies Awards, of which Lumesse Learning is a headline sponsor, recognise the highest achievement in learning across 22 categories. Highly sought recognition, this year’s competition attracted a record number of submissions, with entries from more than 20 countries.

Lumesse Learning is shortlisted in two categories.

  • Excellence in the design of learning content – commercial sector. Professional services organisation EY is on a mission to become digital from every angle. With a goal to empower colleagues to “have more conversations about digital”, you’d be forgiven for thinking that the EY ‘Let’s Talk Digital’ programme played a minor role in bringing this mission to life. In fact, it ignited a new era of digital across the organisation. With an overhauled approach to online learning and insight-led content, the programme has given colleagues world-wide confidence and understanding of digital, and the ability to guide customers through this new landscape. More than simply increasing EY’s digital fluency, it has enabled EY to be reinvented as a digital consultancy leader.
  • Best use of learning technologies to ensure compliance. Managing compliance within Vodafone’s vast infrastructure (100k+ employees/25+ countries/half a billion customers) is monumentally challenging, but for Vodafone, how it operates is as important as the results it achieves. Vodafone pledged to drive up its integrity as a business by launching a programme called ‘Doing What’s Right 2.0’ – an innovative training programme to help employees behave more responsibly and ethically on a day-to-day basis. Striking for its global scale, automated escalation/reporting, interactive gamification and communications, creating a culture change programme relying so extensively on learning technology was a brave, yet well-founded decision. Achieving (above target) 95% completion rates, it embedded a shared understanding and upholding of Vodafone’s Code of Conduct.


Andrea Miles, General Manager, Lumesse Learning, said: ‘Not only is this amazing recognition for two programmes that a lot of very talented people have worked so hard on, but each in its own way is very close to our core mission of making people’s lives better. Many companies across business are on a journey of digital transformation, and EY are leaders in supporting the transformation throughout their global client base, so this programme, ultimately, will have a really wide impact. Similarly, helping to instill an ethical mindset on a global scale for Vodafone through innovation and creativity is a great example of what digital learning can achieve in making lives better’.