By Glenn Nott, Vice President and Managing Director, Asia Pacific
The awards identify the SkillSoft customers who have made outstanding efforts in e-learning and acknowledge their ground-breaking ideas, powerful programs and inspiring leaders who are helping to transform the learning platform in Australia and New Zealand.
Quite a mouthful I know, but this year, SkillSoft was set with the challenging task of choosing winners from an eclectic and huge mix of industries to be part of the winner’s circle.
Despite the diversity of the organizations, they all have one thing in common – a thirst for establishing and cementing world-leading training environments for their employees. For SkillSoft to be part of that journey is humbling.
The awards are a clear representation of the dynamism of the knowledge infrastructure these organizations possess, and the way their learning needs grow and adapt to the changing needs of the organization. For them, learning is organic and valued.
So without further ado, here are the Perspectives Australia 2011 Industry Awards winners:
- Telstra – ‘Industry Achievement’ Award
- Worley Parsons – ‘Best Use of SkillPort LMS’ Award
- Suzanne O’Connor, CITEC; and Tony Skippington, CITEC – ‘e-learning Innovation’ Award
- Westpac New Zealand, Information Technology Capability – ‘Instant Learning’ Award
- Westpac Banking Corporation, Group Technology – ‘Best Strategically-Alighted Learning Program’ Award
- Mincom – ‘Program of the Year’ Award
- Laura Delizia, Avis Budget Group; Howard Tong, Datacom New Zealand (Wellington); and Tiffany Reynolds, Datacom New Zealand (Auckland) – ‘Learning Champion of the Year’ Award
Congratulations to all the winners and nominees. Thank you for being part of our Perspectives Australia conference!