Totara announces winners of the 2019 Totara Awards in most competitive year yet

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Totara is delighted to announce the winners of the 2019 Totara Awards.

Lars Hyland, Totara’s Chief Learning Officer, and Lori Niles-Hofmann, Senior Learning Strategist, selected this year’s winners from the most competitive pool of entries yet. The Totara Awards recognizes the most innovative and successful implementations of Totara, an open source learning management system renowned for its flexibility, cost effectiveness and scalability.

This year, Totara has introduced a Highly Commended title in acknowledgement of the extremely high standard of entries.

The Winners and Highly Commended selections are:

Highly commended: Peter Jones Foundation by Webanywhere and Rubix Academy by Synergy Learning

  • Best Education & Training Project - EduCare by Accipio

Highly commended: RPS Energy by Catalyst and Wahoo Learning by BuildEmpire

Highly commended: Vanbreda Risks & Benefits by Neo Learning

Highly commended: Ashford Borough Council by Learning Nexus and Department of International Trade by Accipio

Highly commended: CHSGa by Lambda Solutions and Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust by Chambury Learning Solutions

  • Best Hospitality & Travel Project - Compass Group by The Courseware Company

Highly commended: Brussels Airport Company by Neo Learning and Servest by Learning Pool

Highly commended: JLG by Remote Learner and Terminix by Moonami

Highly commended: First Nations Foundation by Androgogic and Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing by Accipio

  • Best Retail Project - Wella by Kineo

Highly commended: eXtra Stores by iLearn ME and Samsung by Iris Worldwide

Highly commended: Edinburgh Leisure by Learning Pool

  • Best Technology & Media Project - Red Hat by Synegen

Highly commended: A1 Telekom Austria by LearnChamp and WekaIO by eThink Education

The winners of the Totara Partner awards are:

Global Partner of the Year, Xtractor, is a leading Swedish provider of workplace learning. As a Totara Platinum Partner, they provide a full set of services including design, configuration, customisation, integrations and professional hosting. They are strong proponents of the open source movement, and also use technologies such as the Adapt authoring tool and H5P to design and deliver the engaging and effective learning experiences. Their customers include Kia Motors, Max Burgers, Actic and Västerås Stad, and their work with the Swedish Board of Agriculture achieved this year’s Best Government Project award.

Lars Hyland said: “The standard and variety of solutions using the Totara platform continues to rise year on year. These awards are a great way to recognise learning success, innovation and real business impact. My congratulations go out to all the winners.”

The winners will receive a waka made from genuine Totara wood, and will have the opportunity to participate in a series of Totara Community webinars over the next year to demonstrate their award-winning work to the Totara network.

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