Connect Group PLC wins award for Health and Safety E-Learning

Tuesday 11th November 2014

The Annual E-Learning Awards celebrate the best of e-learning from all over the world, and Connect Group PLC were delighted to win Silver for their online Health & Safety induction module last week.

The project was led by Alex Hodson, Connect Group PLC Head of Health & Safety, who explains more about their submission:

“The e-learning course has set the ‘gold standard’ for compliance training at Connect Group, with a stimulating exploration of Health & Safety.

The training makes artful use of simulation to surprise learners, and communicate powerful messages. As a result, it is helping to change day-to-day behaviour in the workplace.”

This year’s Awards saw entries from 150 organisations across 19 different countries. Connect Group’s joint entry with partner companies ‘Make Sense Design’ and ‘Belong Communications’ into the Best Use of E-Learning to ensure Compliance with External Legislation of Internal Policies category saw the Group shortlisted as finalists in August. Competition in the category included companies such as BT, Honda Motor Europe, Channel 4 and Tesco.

Winning a Silver Award is a fantastic achievement, as this category saw the highest number of entries and shortlisted finalists. The judges were amazed by the high standards of the entries, which is a real testament to the quality of the Group’s e-learning programme.

Alex continues, “The new approach to learning has been a big success with our employees. Since its launch earlier in the year, over 1000 people have completed the module and have rated it as an average of 4 out of 5.”

The Awards were held in London’s Mayfair last week and this was the biggest gala evening to date, with 550 people attending and 55 awards given out.

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