London, 3 October 2018: Learnlight is delighted to announce that it has won an Excellence in Blended Learning Gold Award at last night’s Chief Learning Officer Learning in Practice Awards ceremony. The award recognizes the blended learning program that Learnlight has developed in collaboration with Deutsche Telekom to digitally transform the telecommunication organization’s language learning.

Learning in Practice Awards

The prestigious Learning in Practice Awards were established in 2003 to recognize learning leaders who design and deliver exceptional employee development programs. The 2018 Learning in Practice Awards ceremony took place on Tuesday 2 October at the Chief Learning Officer Fall Symposium in Houston, Texas.

Benjamin Joseph, CEO of Learnlight, Aishah Davis, Head of Product Management and Brett Walker, Head of US Business Development attended the exclusive awards ceremony at the Marriott Marquis in Houston, Texas.

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Benjamin Joseph commented: “We are enormously proud to receive the prestigious Chief Learning Officer Gold Award for the best use of blended learning for our partnership with Deutsche Telekom. This reward is a true recognition of the digital transformation that Deutsche Telekom and Learnlight have delivered to the telecommunication organization’s global language training program.”

The Learnlight and Deutsche Telekom Partnership

Learnlight became Deutsche Telekom’s sole provider of blended English language training services in 2016 as part of their global language digital transformation initiative. Learnlight’s language training solutions are now integrated into Deutsche Telekom’s Learning Management System (LMS), giving their employees the freedom to design personal learning experiences according to their individual needs.

We are enormously proud to receive the prestigious Chief Learning Officer Gold Award for the best use of blended learning for our partnership with Deutsche Telekom. (Benjamin Joseph, Learnlight CEO)

The Learning in Practice Gold Award for Blended Learning is testament to the Learnlight and Deutsche Telekom partnership. Learnlight’s blended learning program has fundamentally improved the English skills of Deutsche Telekom’s workforce, enhanced cross-border team and client communication and considerably reduced their annual training spend. Since launching Learnlight’s blended program more than 50 Deutsche Telekom countries are now unified under one global language training solution.

This is not the first time that Learnlight’s Blended Learning programs have been recognized. Earlier this year Learnlight received an honorable mention at the International E-Learning Awards for its innovative Blended Soft Skills solution.

Learnlight is unique in its sector for offering a truly blended learning approach not just for language training, but also for over 200 soft skills programs which cover Communication, Personal, Virtual, Management and Intercultural Skills.

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Learnlight

Learnlight is an EdTech company that provides language and skills training to learners in more than 150 countries. The company has developed an award-winning learning platform to deliver blended virtual, face-to-face, and digital training programs to employees of regional and global businesses. Clients include blue-chip companies such as Deutsche Telekom, Ericsson, Siemens, Oxford University Press, SEAT, Ricoh, Orange, and Inditex. Learnlight employs 220+ staff and 1000+ trainers worldwide.

More information can be found at learnlight.com.

Chief Learning Officer (CLO)

Chief Learning Officer is a multimedia publication focused on the importance, benefits, and advancements of a properly trained workforce. Their award-winning content caters specifically to executives in the enterprise learning market. The Learning in Practice Awards are now in their fifteenth year.

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