Kallidus won three prestigious E-Learning Awards at the 6 November 2014 ceremony in London, including two gold awards for its work with Northern Devon Healthcare Trust and Capita Employee Benefits. Rob Caul, CEO of Kallidus, also walked away with the highly coveted Outstanding Contribution Award.

Kallidus’ first award of the night was a gold award for Best Learning Management Implementation in conjunction with Northern Devon Healthcare Trust, which the judges called ‘a fine example of an effective implementation in a challenging environment’. Next up, Kallidus and Capita Employee Benefits won the gold award for E-learning Team of the Year recognising the results and success that can be achieved through a collaborative partnership. Rounding off the evening, Rob Caul won Outstanding Contribution Award in recognition of being a gifted leader, role model and champion for the UK e-learning industry.

The E-Learning Awards celebrated their 10th anniversary this year and are recognised as being the leading, independently judged scheme rewarding excellence in e-learning and learning technologies in the UK.

Said Rob Caul, CEO of Kallidus: “Competition was fiercer than ever, and we are delighted to have scooped the top awards in three categories this year. These awards reflect the huge efforts our team make in delivering outstanding solutions and the benefits that are achieved in working in true partnership with our clients. It was a great honour for me personally to follow in the footsteps of other great industry role models in collecting the Outstanding Contribution Award.”

Philip Pyle, Sales and Marketing Director, Kallidus added: “I’m very proud of the success Kallidus and our clients achieved last night and it’s great to see everybody’s hard work being recognised. These awards are the icing on the cake for us, with this year being a milestone year as Kallidus has recently achieved ten years of consecutive profitable growth thanks to our focus of putting the customer first.”

In summary, Kallidus achieved the following successes at the E-Learning Awards ceremony:

  • Gold - Best Learning Management System Implementation with Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust
  • Gold - E-learning Team of the Year in partnership with Capita Employee Benefits
  • Rob Caul, CEO of Kallidus, winner of e.learning age Outstanding Contribution Award
  • Mark Bennett, Senior Content Developer at Kallidus, shortlisted for E-learning Designer of the Year
  • Kallidus shortlisted for e.learning age Outstanding Learning Organisation Award

For a full list of winners, please visit E-Learning 2014 Winners

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