• International Workplace
  • 11 November 2011

Workplace Law wins National E-Learning Award

Workplace Law has won a Silver Award in this year’s esteemed E-Learning Age Awards.

The Silver Award in the Best online distance learning programme category was presented for Workplace Law’s Foundation Certificate in Environmental Management, delivered online and approved by the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA). The firm was shortlisted for a second award at the UK’s premier e-learning event.

Workplace Law, which specialises in employment law, health and safety, and environmental management, is an established market leader in the provision of information, training, consultancy and support to businesses. 

In helping them go beyond compliance, Workplace Law works closely with organisations to develop integrated solutions to deliver value-added services, streamline workflow and ultimately reduce the risks and costs of managing people and premises.

David Sharp, Managing Director of Workplace Law, comments:

“We were really delighted with our success in both categories, which shows how, by working with our clients, we can help them cut the costs of compliance and really get the best from their people.

“We were up against some stiff competition from the likes of the BBC and Open University. I’d like to pay tribute to our editors, designers and developers for all the hard work they put in – much of it in the background.

“This award shows it’s not just about compliance, but about building a better future for our students and our clients.”

The e-learning 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.”