In the 2007 E-Learning Awards, Kirklees Metropolitan Council walked away with the award for 'the best example of supporting learners online'. Chris Allan, senior learning and development officer, Kirklees Council, shares that in a way the achievement was in itself a return on investment as it had a knock-on effect on the take-up of their other e-learning programs. David Chidley, training manager, UK & Ireland, Royal Caribbean Cruise Line, silver winner of the 2007 award for 'excellence in the production of e-learning content', says their stakeholders have given them more scope on projects and budget where required. Success with awards can also act as a catalyst to explore new ideas giving a team the confidence and internal endorsement to move forward with various initiatives. Perhaps this is best illustrated by the National Centre for Applied Learning Technologies, where Mark Osborne, head of e-learning, explains they've seen an increase in commissions to develop new e-learning products and greater engagement with police forces.
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