The winners of the Learning Technologies Awards have just been revealed at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel, in London.
Over 800 people attended this internationally recognised awards ceremony, which celebrated the achievements and innovations of the world’s best learning technologies. Wavelength, a Cognition Education Group company, is delighted to announce they have been awarded gold in the category of ‘best use of learning technologies to ensure compliance – international’ for their work with New Zealand fuel distributor, Z Energy.
Wavelength worked with Z to help create ZORM, Z’s Operational Risk Management system. ZORM offers an integrated view of Z’s HSSE (health, safety, security and the environment) operational risks and how they can be managed. Z introduced a blended health and safety learning programme in 2017, including competency self-assessment worksheets, online e-learning modules, workshops, and short training sessions. This is backed by robust processes, procedures, quick reference guides, forms, and other resources.
James Hodgson, Vice President of Wavelength said: “We are absolutely thrilled with the result. This project was a big deal, not only for us [Wavelength], but also for Z. To be recognised on an international scale really reflects the expertise we have in our team and the hard work that was put in. We’re excited to continue growing our presence in the international market.”
Tina Lucas, CEO of Cognition Education Group adds, “This award is further acknowledgement of the calibre of learning designers and developers that we have within our Wavelength team. I’m very proud of this international recognition and look forward to building on the successes of 2017, with international expansion plans underway that will meet the growing needs of our clients.”
The Learning Technologies Awards have been recognising excellence in learning technologies since 2005. The awards receive entries from across the globe, with entrants from around 30 different countries taking part from a variety of sectors. This isn’t the first time Wavelength have scooped an award at this ceremony. In 2016 they took home silver in the category of ‘Best use of mobile learning’ for their unique HITO VUE mobile learning platform.