Learning Plan has scooped the pool at the 2016 LearnX Impact Awards taking home a record five awards. Highlighted by a Platinum Award in the Best eLearning Design category for NewsCorp Australia’s ‘Legal Series’ eLearning modules, Learning Plan also demonstrated its versatility and breadth of services offered by being recognized in a further two categories; ‘Best New Technology Implementation’ and ‘Best Learning Project’.
Learning Plan’s partnership with the Association for Data-driven Marketing and Advertising (ADMA) and contribution to its transformational marketing education programme – ADMA IQ – took out two awards. The ADMA IQ programme has been a huge success for ADMA, providing a platform for continuous and collaborative learning that is aligned to the expectations of the industry and its members. It was recognized with a Gold Award for Best eLearning Design – Shift-it-Online and a Silver Award for Best New Technology Implementation of a Cloud Based Learning Solution.
Learning Plan has long been an industry leader for the development mobile apps for learning and this was again reinforced by winning Gold for the Best eLearning Design – Mobile App. The mobile app created in conjunction with the Black Dog Institute assisted mental health care workers in supporting young Aboriginal individuals aged 18-35 who are experiencing mental distress or suicide ideation.
In addition, Learning Plan were awarded a Silver in the category Best Learning Project on a Budget for its work with Credit Corp Group.
Shai Desai, Director of Learning Plan, was delighted with the result: “It’s an honour for Learning Plan and our clients to win five LearnX Impact Awards this year. Our commitment to developing true partnerships with our clients and delivering learning experiences that produce tangible results is something we are very passionate about. To be recognised for this approach with five awards is something we are very proud of.”
Learning Plan would also like to congratulate longtime client Jessica Buriani from Samsung for winning the Platinum Award for Best Talent – Learning Manager at this year’s awards.