City & Guilds Kineo wins e-learning award

City & Guilds Kineo wins E-learning Company of the Year at awards ceremony

09 November 2013 / Be the first to comment

City & Guilds Kineo has been recognised with the highest e-learning industry accolade, winning E-Learning Development Company of the Year at the E-Learning Awards in London. 

This is the second time in five years that the company has won this award, recognising the unwavering commitment to customer service, and the results delivered for our customers.  

The E-Learning Awards are well established as the UK's foremost channel for recognising excellence in the elearning and learning technology sector, both in the UK and internationally. At the 2013 awards ceremony in London on 7 November, the winners were announced. 

City & Guilds Kineo was awarded E-Learning Company of the Year for its continued focus on excellent customer service. 

Steve Rayson, Managing Director of City & Guilds Kineo said: 

'We are delighted on behalf of our clients and teams to be recognised as elearning company of the year for the second time in five years. In 2008 we focused on three core values: focus on customer service, stirring things up through innovation, and sharing and giving back. Since 2008 we've gone from a give person company to over 200 people globally and became part of City & Guilds - but our three core values remain absolutely the same.'

Speaking about the evening, Chris Jones, CEO and Director General of City & Guilds, said:

'The who's who from learning, development and technology world gathered to celebrate the strength and depth of successful e-learning that is taking place across the globe. The great news for us is we scooped gold as City & Guilds Kineo won E-Learning Development Company of the Year, the most prestigious of the awards.

In addition to that we also took a bronze for 'Excellence in the Production of Learning Content' for City & Guilds Way; a great recognition given this was the first time City & Guilds had ever entered the awards.'

The night also marked the launch of 'Learning at The Need of Speed'  - the new Learning Insights report by City & Guilds Kineo and e.learning age, setting out 10 trends for learning technology in 2014.

 

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