Sponge shortlisted for Outstanding Learning Organisation award

Posted on Sep 07, 2015

SpongeUk have been shortlisted for the Outstanding Learning Organisation Award

Custom-made elearning provider, Sponge has been shortlisted in one of the most sought-after categories of the 2015 Elearning Awards.

The Plymouth-based company is in the running for the Outstanding Learning Organisation award which recognises organisations that have achieved considerable success and growth over a sustained period. 

Managing Director of Sponge, Louise Pasterfield, said:

“We’re proud to be one of the six finalists in this important category. Sponge has really come of age in 2015; we are three times the size we were three years ago, our workforce has doubled this year and we've seen a big increase in the number of new clients. Our focus has been on learning as we grow, so we can continue to make a big difference for learners and businesses by delivering absorbing online learning solutions.”

The Elearning Awards recognise and reward excellence in elearning and are the leading, independently judged scheme in the industry.

This year saw a significant increase in entry numbers with a record 400 across 19 categories from private and public sector organisations worldwide.

The winners will be unveiled at the Elearning Awards gala evening in London on Wednesday, November 25. 

Sponge is the current Elearning Awards gold winner of Elearning Development Company of the Year.

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