Accipio shortlisted for two Learning Technologies Awards, including best public sector project

Accipio and our wonderful client – the College of Policing – have been shortlisted for two awards at the highly coveted Learning Technologies Awards, namely:

This is for our work creating the first and most comprehensive leadership and management development eco-system across Policing in the UK. The eco-system gives up to 200,000 officers and staff working across the police service access to the “Leadership Learning” platform and App which includes a suite of over 100s eLearning modules, free workshops (2,000 places) and webinars, 360 diagnostic tools which recommend learning, content curation tools, social learning, and internationally recognised leadership and management qualifications.

Accipio is an award winning UK-based agency that specialises in using open-source technology as a base to push the boundaries of what is possible in digital learning and leadership development. They have successfully deployed sites with over 500,000 users, and work with many major UK government departments and some of the biggest brands in the world.

Founded in 2010, Accipio offers a full range of digital learning (inc. Totara and Moodle platforms) and leadership development (inc. ILM/CMI qualifications) services.  The company boasts an impressive list of UK clients including the Premier League, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office, Department for International Trade, NHS, Public Health England, Sport England, College of Policing and UCAS.

Sascha Benson-Cooper, Accipio Founder and CEO,  said: “It is fantastic to be shortlisted twice for these prestigious awards, I couldn’t be prouder of the team and project. This is further recognition that Accipio continues to push the boundaries where digital learning and leadership development collide.”

“Thank you everyone for all your hard work in developing such a brilliant platform that supports the Police in keeping the general public safe.” stated Sue Brooks, Leadership and Management Development Lead at the College of Policing.

Paul Griffiths, the President of the Police Superintendents’ Association (PSA) said “The feedback from my members has been excellent”.