Accipio and EduCare are delighted to announce that their Totara project has won the Best Education & Training Project award in the 2019 Totara Awards. Accipio also had two “Highly Commended” sites for our work with the Department for International Trade and the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing.
Judges Lars Hyland and Senior Learning Strategist Lori Niles-Hofmann selected this year’s winners from the most competitive pool of entries yet. Every year, the Totara Awards recognises the most innovative and successful implementations of Totara, an open source learning management system renowned for its flexibility, cost effectiveness and scalability.
EduCare is one of the largest Totara Learn solutions in the world, and is used by 15 companies across 9 countries, demonstrating the powerful scalability of the platform. This project is a great example of both quantity and quality, with the large-scale, ecommerce-enhanced platform increasing compliance for cultural competency training by 60%. EduCare’s LMS is the product of seven separate instances of platforms being merged into one Totara platform, and 98.5% of users would recommend the system.
Lars Hyland, Chief Learning Officer at Totara, said: “The standard and variety of solutions using the Totara platform continues to rise year on year. These awards are a great way to recognise success, innovation and real business impact. My congratulations to the teams at EduCare and Accipio for their win.”
Kate Atwell, Executive Director at EduCare said: “The Accipio team rose to the challenge and worked tirelessly to create innovative solutions that delivered against our needs and provided time and cost efficiencies for EduCare staff and customers. Together, we have pushed the boundaries of the possible and we are very proud of what has been achieved in a relatively short space of time. We have delivered essential safeguarding and duty of care knowledge to a vast audience via the Totara Learn system, and we are very proud to boast 1,000,000 courses have been completed in one year.”
The winning case study can be found here.
A full list of winners can be found here.