Brightwave wins double gold with PwC and Bupa Health and Wellbeing UK
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Brightwave has scooped TWO prestigious gold E-Learning Awards in partnership with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PwC) and Bupa Health and Wellbeing UK. The E-Learning Awards are organised by Bizmedia and honour the best in e-learning. The awards showcase the astonishing range and quality of e-learning within the private, public and not for profit sectors.
Brightwave and PwC won the gold e-learning award for ‘Meeting the needs of compliance for an external regulator or an internal workforce’. Brightwave and Bupa Health and Wellbeing UK scooped the ‘Best use of rapid e-learning content’ trophy.
Charles Gould, Brightwave’s MD said: “Following a highly successful year for us as E-learning development company of the year, we’re absolutely thrilled to top it off with two further E-Learning Gold Awards.
“Both awards recognise the magnificent design and customer-led approach the whole team embraces at Brightwave and our commitment to make a real impact for all of our clients. It’s a huge testament to the team’s ongoing hard work, dedication and creativity. And, we’re looking ahead to 2011 with real optimism and more strong expected growth,” continued Gould.
Brightwave and PwC's Compliance e-learning award recognises the design and business impact of a bespoke video e-learning portal created to train all PwC employees in 'Independence'. Core to PwC's brand values 'Independence' demonstrates this leading professional service firm’s commitment to integrity and objectivity. Not only did the portal create a memorable, personalised and applied learning experience that changed behaviour, but it also provided a better assessment practice and robust audit trail.
The PwC winning project was also commended for its effective use of video content, which Brightwave developed in partnership with Nice Media.
The best use of rapid e-learning content award recognises Brightwave and Bupa's large scale rapid e-learning programme, incorporating 400 modules and 60 competency tests. At the end of last year, the health and care business introduced a new operating system to improve business efficiency, speed of service and offer more choice for its customers. Called SWIFT, the system can process invoices for treatment and payments in real time, store all data and information in one place and enable flexible cover options to meet different customers’ needs. Brightwave and Bupa created the e-learning programme to effectively train staff to use the new unified system in time for an ambitious go live deadline. Collaboration and trust were essential to the success of the project with Bupa and Brightwave creating one multi-skilled team to respond to a dynamic business environment.
Brightwave has also held the coveted E-learning development company of the year accolade over the last year.
Notes to editors
Brightwave is the UK's leading provider of highly engaging work-based e-learning that delivers results and helps change behaviour. Brightwave works in partnership with complex global clients to provide a complete e-learning service, from content development to innovative tools, hosting and management, performance support and evaluation.
Clients include BT, Bupa, DHL Logistics, EDF Energy, IKEA, ScottishPower, Sky, Swiss Re, T-Mobile, TUI, The Royal Bank of Scotland, Virgin Atlantic Airways as well as public sector organisations like the Healthcare Commission, City of Edinburgh Council and Office for National Statistics.