Testimonials and Awards

Testimonials

Engage in Learning’s courses combine interactivity, humour and storytelling to create engaging and memorable learning.

They’re easy to use, the instructional design is very strong and they can make a practical difference to performance. Also, the founders of Engage in Learning really understands eLearning, having been in the industry from the very beginning. To be able to tap into their expertise has been invaluable.

Nick Chammings eLearning Business Partner Carillion

Engage in Learning were fantastic from the start. They were keen to understand how Vodafone expected their leaders to behave in order to translate this into a relevant Leadership Essentials e-learning course.

Engage in Learning listened carefully to what was needed and proposed solutions that were spot on. They ensured that the eLearning became a natural element of our blended learning programme, which also included classroom based workshops.

Helen Clark Head of Diversity and Inclusion Vodafone

In terms of the gamified induction course designed for us by Engage in Learning, it’s not a bland piece of training, it’s a mix of activities, some video, some questions and lots of interactivity.

In the context of local authority, it’s a refreshing change. Using the video clips to promote and enhance the written message is something the team feels has particularly enhanced the learning opportunities for their staff.

Frank Coleman Head of Customer Service Wiltshire Council

Nationwide chose to take a library of courses for a three year period to train their 10,000+ staff in topics ranging from Leadership to Equality and Diversity. Their specialists decided that the content covered the competencies they needed and liked the instructional design as well as our partnership approach.

To help their staff better identify and engage with the eLearning, we have branded all the courses with the organisation’s familiar imagery. They will also be using our eBooks to help staff put what they learn into the context of their workplace.

John Munton Chief Safety Officer Nationwide Building Society

Awards for Engage in Learning

We are very proud to announce that Engage in Learning has been selected for the competitive shortlist for this year’s Learning Technologies Awards 2017 in three categories!

The winners will be revealed at the spectacular gala evening on 29th November at the Park Plaza, Westminster Bridge Hotel in London.

award winning eLearning

1. Learning Designer of the Year 2017

Development Director, Kim Whitmore, has been shortlisted for Learning Designer of the Year with the Learning Technologies Awards 2017. Kim has a long pedigree in eLearning instructional design. Working today for Engage in Learning she traces her ID achievements back to 1985. Never one for hogging the limelight, Kim has previously let her work do her talking, which includes eight gold awards and countless silvers. In 2017, Kim has had her most impressive year yet. She has harnessed new HTML5 technologies and gaming constructs and produced brilliant new designs. But most importantly, she leaves a trail of delighted clients, who testify powerfully here on her behalf.

2. Best learning technologies project 2017 – UK commercial sector

THE VODAFONE WAY OF BEHAVIOURAL ECONOMICS – VODAFONE & ENGAGE IN LEARNING: When Vodafone discovered that some customers were finding its products difficult to choose and use, it instigated a change project. But whereas most organisations would introduce a new process or metric, Vodafone decided to approach it differently. Instead they decided to educate the key staff to ‘think’ like customers. In short, they launched a project to educate them about behavioural economics. The basis of the project would be a BE course, designed specifically for Vodafone, which would affect its operations from product design, marketing, customer communications and more. We reveal the impressive results of the programme.

3. Excellence in the design of learning content 2017 – UK commercial sector

THE VODAFONE WAY OF BEHAVIOURAL ECONOMICS – VODAFONE & ENGAGE IN LEARNING: When Vodafone discovered that some customers were finding its products difficult to choose and use, it instigated a change project. But whereas most organisations would introduce a new process or metric, Vodafone decided to approach it differently. Instead they decided to educate the key staff to ‘think’ like customers. In short, they launched a project to educate them about behavioural economics. The basis of the project would be a BE course, designed specifically for Vodafone, which would affect its operations from product design, marketing, customer communications and more. We reveal the impressive results of the programme.