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Hive Learning shortlisted for two Learning Technologies Awards

 

Hive Learning are excited to be shortlisted alongside not one, but TWO, of our esteemed partners in the ‘Best use of social and collaborative technologies’ category at the Learning Technologies Awards.

 

We’re proud to be shortlisted for our partnership with FTSE100 business Halma PLC to power their collaborative learning community, HalmaHub; and also as part of our work with Arch Apprentices, to support them in the delivery of their established and award-winning apprenticeship programmes.

 

This year’s Learning Technology Awards had a record number of entries, with over 400 applications shortlisted by a panel of independent experts. Hive Learning were one of 185 organisations to make the cut.

Powering HalmaHub

 

As an established disruptor in the life-saving safety, health and technology space, Halma identified that with the arrival of Industry 4.0, they needed to find a new way to create a culture of shared learning across their 50 diverse and geographically dispersed businesses.

 

Halma partnered with Hive Learning to create HalmaHub, which is now one of seven core growth enablers accelerating the pace of change across the group.

 

Halma has an inspiring and open culture of learning and we are proud to partner with them everyday.

 

Enabling apprentices

 

Also shortlisted in the same category were Arch Apprentices, who couple their digital marketing apprenticeship with Hive Learning to broaden the horizon of the critical learning delivered to apprentices in organisations like Facebook, Google and Barclays.

 

Winners will be announced at a gala dinner on the 21st November. Watch this space!

Hive Learning shortlisted for two Learning Technologies Awards

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Hive Learning speak to 1,000s of organisations every week about what it takes to create a culture of everyday learning and collaboration - specialising in the areas of inclusion, leadership development, innovation and wellbeing. Passionate about tapping into the power of her peers to help one another go faster, Hannah leads the research, curation and development of insights from 1,000s of cutting edge learning and development leaders, distilling learnings into practical and actionable insight that leaders can put into practice right away. Learn more at www.hivelearning.com.