Learnlight wins gold at the Learning Technologies awards with Deutsche Telekom
Learnlight has been awarded gold for Best Learning platform implementation in the 2019 Learning Technologies Awards.
The prestigious awards were held on 27 November at the Park Plaza Hotel in Westminster, London and celebrate outstanding learning technologies worldwide.
One of the eight nominees in the category, Learnlight won in collaboration with Deutsche Telekom in recognition of their partnership. Learnlight became Deutsche Telekom’s sole global provider of blended English and German language training services as part of their digital transformation initiative of language training.
According to Learning Technologies, ‘Judges were impressed by the consumer-grade look and feel of the platform and the entry really demonstrated the range of approaches that can be used in digital learning, including social learning, digital cafes and one to one e-tutor support. Care had been taken to specifically customize the product and it was clear that this learning solution is making a difference in the business.’
Benjamin Joseph, CEO of Learnlight says, ‘What an incredibly proud moment for Learnlight to see our partnership with Deutsche Telekom officially recognized by the Learning Technology Awards. This is a true example of when two companies work together to achieve a truly exceptional outcome’.
The event was attended with a number of Learnlight’s partners as well as members of Learnlight’s Deutsche Telekom core project team.
In addition, Learnlight was nominated with Novartis for the Best learning technologies project – international commercial sector award.
Learnlight provides language, intercultural and soft skills training to blue chips and international organizations around the world. Learnlight uses a blend of cutting-edge technology and world-class instructor-led training to equip employees with the skills they need to succeed in an increasingly complex and global business environment. Learnlight currently delivers blended virtual and face-to-face services to more than 1,500 clients with over 100,000 active learners in more than 150 countries.