Learnlight Nominated for Prestigious CLO Learning in Practice Awards
Chief Learning Officer have just announced the 2018 Learning in Practice Awards Finalists. These prestigious awards recognize companies which have demonstrated excellence in the design and delivery of corporate learning programs. Learnlight is delighted to have received a nomination in the “Excellence in Blended Learning” category.
The Learning in Practice awards, which have run since 2003, recognize learning leaders in various categories including strategy, talent management, content, community service and blended learning. Other nominees in the Blended Learning category include US management consulting company GP Strategies and software company Rite Solutions.
Bronze, silver and gold awards will be officially announced at the Learning in Practice Awards ceremony at this October’s Chief Learning Officer Fall Symposium in Houston.
This is not the first time that Learnlight’s Blended Learning programs have been recognized this summer. Back in June, Learnlight received an honorable mention at the International E-Learning Awards for its innovative Blended Soft Skills solution.
Learnlight is unique in the learning sector for offering a truly blended approach not just for language training programs, but also for over 200 soft skills courses which cover Communication, Personal, Virtual, Management and Intercultural Skills.
Learnlight is an EdTech company that provides language and skills training to learners in more than 150 countries. The company has developed an award-winning learning platform to deliver blended virtual, face-to-face, and digital training programs to employees of regional and global businesses. Clients include blue-chip companies such as Deutsche Telekom, Ericsson, Siemens, Oxford University Press, SEAT, Ricoh, Orange, and Inditex. Learnlight employs 220+ staff and 1000+ trainers worldwide.
More information can be found at learnlight.com
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