• International Workplace
  • 22 September 2011

Workplace Law shortlisted for two e-learning awards

Workplace Law has been shortlisted in two categories for this year’s esteemed E-Learning Age Awards. Workplace Law has been recognised for its outstanding accredited online training services in the areas of health and safety, and environmental compliance.

David Sharp, Managing Director of Workplace Law, comments: “Our clients and students are increasingly turning to e-learning solutions to help them improve efficiency and effectiveness in training delivery.

The fact that both our entries have been shortlisted from such a large field reflects the quality not only of the course content, but of the service that underpins them. E-learning is a great way of working together with our clients to add value to their training proposition”.

The industry award organisers, having gathered a global judging panel, state:

“It’s been a truly exceptional year with nearly 250 entries from all over the world. The standard was once again exceptional and demonstrates the enormous scope of ideas and practices that e-learning can cover. Just making the shortlist is a major achievement”.

The two industry award nominations are:

  • Best online distance learning project
  • Best use of e-learning to ensure compliance with external regulations or internal policies

For the latter, Workplace Law was recognised for its role in helping City College Norwich attain excellence in its health and safety operations.

We’ve put together a short video to show you how, working together, we used e-learning to help deliver a valuable and cost-effective training solution.

click here» to view our e-learning case study

The E-Learning Age Awards winners will be revealed at a glittering gala evening on 10 November 2011 at the London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square.