Last night, Brighton-based Brightwave scooped its second award win in less than ten days with the highly prestigious E-Learning Development Company of the Year Award at the E-Learning Awards in the Park Lane Hotel, London.
This award recognises Brightwave’s recent successes, consistently high customer service and continual profitable growth, despite tough economic conditions. The company delivered 60 bespoke and highly engaging e-learning projects in the last year for more than 30 clients.
Brightwave also recently announced a substantial new three year contract to deliver its Local Government E-Learning Service to the Clyde Valley Learning and Development Group (a group of eight Clyde Valley councils covering 100,000 employees). Other clients include Sky, IKEA, Bupa, EDF and Glasgow City Council.
Charles Gould, MD at Brightwave said: “Winning E-Learning Development Company of the Year is a huge accolade to the incredible talent, hard work and passion that is delivered every day by the team at Brightwave. We’re thrilled to have won and feel optimistic about next year as we move closer to 2010.”
Brightwave also won the Most Effective Training Programme 2009 with Sky at the Customer Contact Association Excellence Awards last week for their ‘Get Up To Speed’ onboarding internet portal.