Over the past 20 years, our solutions have regularly been recognised in a variety of prestigious industry awards.
Walkgrove are pleased to announce that Cycle Safety Stop Cyclist Deaths has been awarded the Bronze A' Design Award in the category of Education and Training Content Design.
Walkgrove are shortlisted for the work we have completed with Transport for London/FORS in the following four categories in this year's E-learning Awards:
Best simulation or virtual environment
Best use of e-learning to ensure compliance
Best use of blended learning
Walkgrove were shortlisted for this prestigious award for its ground-breaking work supporting Oxfam GB’s capacity building programme.
Walkgrove is delighted to have been shortlisted for the work we have completed with South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust and Transport for London/FORS in the following four categories in this year's E-learning Awards:
Best e-learning project - public sector
Excellence in the production of learning content - public sector
Best use of e-learning to ensure compliance with external regulations or internal policies
Best use of blended learning - UK
Walkgrove and Oxfam GB won the silver award for 'Excellence in the production of learning content - not for profit sector'. Together, Walkgrove and Oxfam GB won this award for the quality of the e-learning they developed to train Oxfam's in-country staff in 49 countries.
We were shortlisted with the Department of Health and NHS West Midlands for our work to develop an innovative e-learning solution covering the effective delivery of brief opportunistic advice.
We are proud to have won the Silver Award in this category in 2011.
Our e-learning/blended course designed to help FCO staff raise their awareness of different cultures was runner up for this award in 2010.
This joint entry from Walkgrove and DWP was shortlisted for this ELN Award in 2008. We worked in partnership with DWP to develop around 55 hours of e-learning material for the Professionalism in Security re-engineering project.
We won this award, sponsored by the Institute of IT Training in 2006 for our work with the Scottish Government. We were also finalist for E-learning Product of the Year award.
We were a finalist for this award in 2006 with Mixed Messages, a communications e-learning program aimed at the NHS and already recognised by several other awarding bodies for its excellence.
We were a finalist for this award in 2006 for our highly successful blended learning programme developed for the Mental Health Tribunal for Scotland and evaluated to Level 3.
Our second product to reach the final round for this Award in 2006 and was in recognition of blended training programme covering Professionalism in Security.
A National ICT Innovators Award in the Health Category. These awards are sponsored by the DTI and are for organisations that have developed business solutions of an innovative nature displaying a deep understanding of technology, a visionary approach and excellence in the development process.
We were shortlisted for this E-learning Age award in 2005. The production of e-learning always requires a team of people with a variety of skills and it is the combination of the individuals’ talents that enable a project to be completed successfully.
Our dramatised and accredited e-learning program, Mixed Messages was shortlisted for this BUPA Foundation award in 2005.