On the 30th November the IoS attended the Learning Technologies Awards after being shortlisted in the ‘Excellence in the design of learning content - public & non-profit sector’ category for their Blended Learning ASA Level 1 Teaching Assistant course.
The Learning Technologies Awards is the leading, independently judged scheme in the industry, and although the IoS didn’t take home victory on the night, being a finalist is a huge achievement.
Entries were received from a huge range of sectors, including finance, retail, leisure, national and international government, and leading international education brands, based in over 15 different countries. The IoS were up against some tough competition; other contenders included Oxford University Press, Marks and Spencer, and Jaguar Land Rover.
Rebecca Cox, Director of the IoS said:
“We are extremely proud of this achievement, it is a testament to the hard work the IoS Team have put in to create our Blended Learning programme.”
Blended Learning is a more flexible approach where you can complete theory elements of the course online through a virtual pool environment and interactive videos prior to the practical workshops.
You can try a sample of our Blended Learning Level 1 Teaching Assistant course here.