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Daniel Pullin Top 20 award success for third year running!

We are delighted to announce that we have been named as one of the Top 20 Training Delivery companies by Training Industry – for the third consecutive year!

After a comprehensive selection process, we retained our place on this year’s list due to the quality and creativity of our learning solutions.

Training Industry Award 2019 29 08 19

Selection to the 2019 Training Industry Top 20™ Training Delivery Companies List was based on the following criteria:

  • Value of platform features and capabilities
  • Quality of analytics and reporting
  • Company size and growth potential
  • Quality of clients
  • Geographic and vertical reach

Training Industry is a leading research and information resource for corporate learning leaders, with expert insights about best practices and innovative approaches. Its Top 20 report on critical sectors of the training marketplace is designed to better inform professionals about the best and most innovative providers of training services and technologies.

Commenting on the award, Kerry Pascall, Director of eLearning Solutions at Bray Leino Learning, said: “To be named as one of the Top 20 Training Delivery Companies by Training Industry for the third consecutive year is very humbling and we are over the moon! Drawing on our marketing heritage and L&D expertise, we are proud to offer our clients a range of solutions that place the learner front and centre. This means that whatever the requirement, we can come up with something different, applying the latest industry research and trends to encourage the learning to be retained and ready to be applied in the workplace.”

“Bray Leino Learning uses timed games and interactive videos to replicate workplace pressures, giving decision-making control to the learner during dilemma scenarios,” said Danielle Draewell, market research analyst at Training Industry, Inc. “Last year, it introduced a spaced learning initiative that improves knowledge transfer and retention.”

Ken Taylor, president of Training Industry, inc., added: “This year’s Top 20 Training Delivery Companies continue to develop engaging delivery platforms that provide advanced reporting and analytics capabilities that measure the impact of learning. These organisations accommodate all types of learners by offering robust training through a variety of modalities such as virtual, online and on-demand learning. Through a combination of strategic methods, these providers deliver training solutions that optimize employee training and performance.”

Would you like to see more of what we can do? Have a look at how we transformed the onboarding experience for British Airways with a new tech-driven programme:

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Daniel Pullin, Marketing Executive, Bray Leino Learning

A creative content writer with an analytical eye, Daniel enjoys immersing himself in the world of L&D as it navigates a rapidly changing digital landscape. 

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