Who made the 2014 shortlist?
The most extensive and hard-fought shortlist for the 2014 E-Learning Awards has been unveiled.
Our independent judging panel, chaired by Tony Frascina, whittled down more than 250 entries to produce an exceptionally diverse shortlist that really showcases the amazing range that e-learning now covers. Competition was so fierce that the judges decided to split a couple of the categories into UK and International sectors.
PwC lead the way with 7 shortlisted entries across multiple categories and are defending their gold win in the excellent content – private sector category. Last year’s winners in the compliance category, Acteon, are also defending their title with a different partner this year.
Shortlisted entrants in the technical categories and those in the running for E-learning development company of the year will now be put through their paces via a face-to-face or online presentation from the judging panel before the winners are finally chosen and announced at the E-Learning Awards gala evening at the London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square on Thursday 6 November 2014.
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Find out who wins at the E-Learning Awards gala evening on 6 November at the London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square. This is a spectacular black tie celebration attracting approximately 500 guests from across the learning and development industry.
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