Double award win for Learning Pool

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Written by Debbie Carter on 6 December 2021 in Press Zone
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Learning Pool, global provider of e-learning solutions, is thrilled for its colleagues, Stefan Eger and Ronnie Wilson-Miller who both achieved wins at the Learning Technologies Awards 2021

The Learning Technologies Awards are among the most independent and sought-after awards in the industry. They recognise commitment, enthusiasm and passion for learning technologies across the world. Finalists are selected by an independent judging panel of experts organised by the eLearning Network. 

With experience leading on flagship content development projects for the likes of Lidl, Merck, Sky and Learning Pool’s very own Future Skills collection, senior graphic designer, Ronnie Wilson-Miller was awarded a Gold win for ‘Learning Technologies Developer of the Year’. A well-deserved win, Ronnie was commended for bringing innovation and creativity to his work. 

Stefan Eger, senior learning designer at Learning Pool also found success at the Learning Technologies Award, achieving a Silver win for ‘Learning Technologies Designer of the Year’. Having worked for the business for over four years, Stefan has been a leading light in Learning Pool’s success, expertly combining content and platforms to deliver modern and comprehensive learning experiences. 

Director of Learning Experience, Jack Quantrill said: “Attracting guests from across the learning and development industry worldwide, the winning organisations and individuals of the Learning Technologies Awards 2021 were announced during a glittering black tie gala evening at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel in London on the evening of Wednesday 17th November.”

Learning Pool has had success at the Learning Technologies Awards on a number of occasions, most recently scooping a double-award win for Most Innovative New Products with our partners TUI, and Learning Designer of the Year for Ryan O’Hara in 2019. 

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