Home Blog Game-based Learning, gamification and Serious Games News about elearning, gamification and corporate training Gamelearn awarded ‘Accredited Learning Provider’ status by the prestigious Learning & Performance Institute

Gamelearn awarded ‘Accredited Learning Provider’ status by the prestigious Learning & Performance Institute

Gamelearn awarded ‘Accredited Learning Provider’ status by the prestigious Learning & Performance Institute

Gamelearn, the leading company in game-based corporate learning, has just been awarded official ‘Accredited Learning Provider’ status by the Learning & Performance Institute (LPI), one of the world’s leading institutes for e-learning, training and development. Gamelearn thus becomes an ‘Accredited Learning Provider’ for its “commitment to high quality and process improvement in the provision of learning, development and training services to clients”.

Since it was founded in the United Kingdom in 1995, the Learning & Performance Institute has grown to become one of the leading authorities on learning, training and development. The institute’s main goals are to raise corporate learning standards, promote the measurement of its impact on businesses and help providers, teachers and experts to develop better quality courses. Other companies that have been awarded LPI accreditation include leading names such as Vodafone, Volvo, Peugeot and Dell.

To receive accreditation, Gamelearn had to pass the stringent tests of the LPI consultants in serious game design, customer service, work processes and good practices as a company. In the LPI report, Gamelearn received the highest score in categories such as “e-learning content”, “business stability” and “people development”.

LPI accreditation is the latest in a long list of distinctions awarded to Gamelearn over the last few years. In 2016 alone, the company, specialized in the development of video games for corporate learning, received no less than nine human resources awards, including the prestigious Brandon Hall Excellence award. After doubling its revenues for the past two consecutive years, in early 2017 Gamelearn received a capital injection of 2 million euros, which puts it in an excellent position to consolidate its leadership in game-based learning, the fastest growing trend in corporate learning.

With this latest distinction from the Learning & Development Institute, Gamelearn wishes to further its international expansion, continue to innovate in the field of game-based learning and revolutionize the way people and companies all over the globe learn and develop.

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