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Cirencester, UK, 2 December 2016: Multi-award winning learning and talent provider Kallidus has won the Bronze Award for Best Learning Game, in partnership with Transport for London (TfL), at this year’s Learning Technologies Awards.

The Learning Technologies Awards celebrate the best in learning technologies across the world and are judged by an independent panel of 43 judges. Hosted in London by comedians Deborah Frances-White and Katherine Ryan, this year’s gala ceremony was the largest yet, with over 800 attendees and 53 gold, silver and bronze awards handed out across 18 categories.

Kallidus and TfL won the Bronze Award for their Golden Ticket Game, a 15 minute 3D monopoly-style game. This is the first time a learning game has been used to drive behavioural change and customer service success in a major European business transformation programme. The immersive learning game uses the latest game-based learning techniques and has been fundamental to motivating and engaging learners and achieving 87% customer service certification levels.

Rob Caul, CEO of Kallidus said: “We are delighted to have won another highly coveted award for our innovative work with TfL. The Learning Technologies awards were more competitive than ever this year and so it’s great to see the results of our true partnership with Interact and TfL, along with the creativity and commitment of everybody who has worked on the project rewarded with an award that is so highly valued in the industry.”

“It’s fantastic to have the business results of our digital learning solutions for TfL endorsed by top industry awards from Personnel Today, HR Excellence, the new Princess Royal Training Awards Standard and now the Learning Technologies Awards for the second year running,” added Philip Pyle, Sales and Marketing Director of Kallidus.

This year’s Learning Technologies Award winners were announced at a gala ceremony at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel in London, on 30 November 2016. With over 400 entrants this year, winning a Learning Technologies Award is a much sought-after achievement in the industry.

The full list of award winners can be found on http://www.learningtechnologies.co.uk/Content/Learning-Technologies-Awards-2016-winners


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