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Virtual College shortlisted for five Learning Technologies Awards

Ilkley, UKLearning NewsVirtual College

The prestigious Learning Technologies Awards have shortlisted Virtual College for all the five awards they applied for. The awards recognise commitment, enthusiasm and passion for learning technologies around the world.

Finalists were selected by an independent judging panel of 56 experts organised by the eLearning Network.

Hannah Brindle, MD of Virtual College, said:

“To be shortlisted in any category for the Learning Technologies Awards is an incredible achievement. However, we are particularly proud that all our shortlisted submissions relate to partnerships, collaboration and a ruthless focus on the learner. I am delighted that the hard work, dedication and professionalism of our team and our partners is recognised in this way”

Virtual College were shortlisted in the following five categories:

Best Learning Technologies Project – UK commercial sector with Make UK

Best Learning Technologies Project – public & non-profit sector with ECPAT

Excellence in the Design of Learning Content – UK commercial sector with Make UK

Best Use of Learning Technologies to Ensure Compliance – with Make UK

Excellence in the Design of Learning Content – public & non-profit sector with ECPAT

The winners will be announced at the Learning Technologies gala evening on 27 November at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel in London, UK.

To see the full shortlist for the Learning Technologies Awards visit ­ https://www.learningtechnologies.co.uk/2019-shortlist

 

Make UK  

Make UK champions and celebrates British manufacturing and manufacturers. They stimulate success for manufacturing businesses, helping them to meet their objectives and goals. They empower individuals and inspire the next generation.

 ECPAT 

Every Child Protected Against Trafficking is a leading children's rights organisation working to protect children from trafficking and transnational exploitation. We support children everywhere to uphold their rights and to live a life free from abuse and exploitation