Digits’ clients triumph at the Learning Technologies Awards

Sophie Doust /
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At the annual Learning Technologies Awards, Digits LMS clients win bronze for innovation and were recognised as finalists for the Best Learning Project and Best Use of Blended Learning.

Digits are thrilled that our LMS client, Notion, have been awarded Bronze in the ‘Most Innovative Learning Product’ category for their ‘Star Manager’ Programme at this year’s Learning Technologies Awards.

A leading coaching company, Notion digitally transformed their already successful manager training programme using the power of our glo™ learn LMS and unique Visual Learning Journeys.

Prior to using our glo™ learn LMS, Notion delivered their training programmes face-to-face but needed a solution with the scalability to deliver training to larger businesses, without sacrificing the quality.

Quoted by the judges as “a strong technology platform to bring a high-quality management development programme to market”, glo™ learn allows Notion to deliver their training programme to organisations around the country.

Referred to as “an innovative solution to a long-term problem”, Notion can present the 4 phases of their ‘Star Manager’ Programme in a visually engaging way, whilst incorporating reflective learning, using their LMS.

In addition, our submission with The Telegraph was recognised as a finalist for the ‘Best Learning Technologies Project- UK Commercial Sector’ for ‘Career Builder’, an innovative digital competency tool.

Designed to help employees identify competencies for their career development, employees can complete skills assessments, invite their manager or peers for 180° & 360° reviews and gain learning recommendations in a personalised PDF report to help with their career progression.

After the initial success of the Career Builder, Digits and The Telegraph are collaborating on a coaching and mentoring module to match employees with appropriate mentors to develop their skills.

Not only were The Telegraph acknowledged at this year’s awards, our LMS client Domino’s Pizza Group were amongst the finalists in the category for the ‘Best Use of Blended Learning- UK Commercial Sector’.

With many of our clients being recognised for their use of digital learning, it’s been another successful year at the Learning Technologies Awards and we look forward to showcasing more learning projects next year!

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