MyWorkSearch wins prestigious e-learning award

Less than a year since its launch, online re-employment assistance service MyWorkSearch has been named the Most Innovative New Product or Tool by the E-Learning Awards.
 
MyWorkSearch is helping over 30,000 users find work with its interactive service of tools, information and e-learning programmes.
 
Richard Alberg, founder and CEO of MyWorkSearch, comments: “With the high standard of e-learning innovation demonstrated by all 40 entrants in this category we are delighted to be the recipient of this award. The awards recoginse the best in e-learning internationally so we see this as a prestigious win for our company. To be championed for the way our service harnesses the latest technology to deliver information in a way that engages and helps our customers is very important to us.
 
“Today’s harsh job market can be a very isolating and competitive place, jobseekers need engaging, comprehensive and relevant support to survive the stress of finding a new job. Online technologies provide this; e-learning programmes such as webinars can often provide a sense of community and offer jobseekers interaction with peers and experts.”
 
Competition for this year’s E-Learning Awards was strong with more than 200 entries received for the 16 awards.
 
The winners were announced live on Twitter and at the awards ceremony on 11th November at the London Marriott Grosvenor Square hotel in central London.
 

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