Proteus wins silver at the Learning Technologies Awards!

Back in October, we posted that we were finalists in three categories at this year’s Learning Technologies awards. It’s a tremendous achievement to be shortlisted for just one of these awards, but to be a finalist for three of them is extraordinary.

Well, after a fantastic evening at the Park Plaza Hotel, we are delighted to have won silver for Learning Technologies Team of the Year!

This award recognises teams who have achieved a positive change within their organisation using learning technologies as a performance development tool. 

We came up against some very strong competiton, including the gold winners Credit Suisse (in partnership with Kineo), and we are proud of what we’ve achieved and the huge impact it’s having with our clients.

We’d like to thank the LTA and all the sponsors for a really great evening, and huge congratulations to all the winners and finalists.



The Proteus team, from L-R: Scott Fraser-Orr, Lucy Paul, Ollie Manning, Kevin Cummings, Sabrina Waite, and Sandra Jowers. A special mention to fellow team members John Roberts and Ethan Roberts, who were unable to attend.



About the awards

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

At Proteus, data-driven analytics – and a passion for learning & development – are at the heart of everything we do. Both enable us to provide our clients with clarity, certainty, and confidence in delivering change.

We work with some of the largest companies in the world, from finance to nonprofit, and have played a pivotal role in helping them adapt to change and thrive amidst a time of unprecedented unpredictability and complexity. 


We were shortlisted in three categories:


Best online distance learning programmeThis award seeks to recognise those distance learning programmes which have made excellent use of online media and tools to facilitate learning. The award is particularly focused on those programmes that employ a range of methods and media over many weeks or months of part-time study, typically leading to a formal qualification. 

Best use of learning data analytics to impact learner and business performanceThis award is about analytics that go beyond the traditional learning consumption metrics such as ‘completions’, and focuses on how a digital learning programme, campaign or experience delivered measurable change.

Learning Technologies team of the YearThis award recognises teams who have achieved a positive change within their organisation using learning technologies as a performance development tool. 


In response to the shortlist announcements, Proteus Head of Capability Practice Scott Fraser-Orr said:

“We’re delighted just to have been shortlisted for these three Learning Technologies Awards.

The essence of Proteus has always been to help our clients to improve and to be better able to do more for themselves, so it’s great for us to be able to share the significant improvements that our clients are making with our digital and data-driven support.” 


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