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Weejee Wins CLO Magazine’s Excellence in E-learning Award

by Weejee Learning on September 30, 2013

Weejee Wins CLO Magazine Award for Excellence in E-Learning

CLO Award WinnerDurham, N.C. – Sep 30, 2013 – Weejee Learning, a global provider of custom, interactive and fun e-learning solutions for corporations, non-governmental organizations, associations and nonprofits, has been named a winner in Chief Learning Officer Magazine’s 2013 Learning in Practice Awards in the Excellence in E-learning category. A leading trade publication for the workforce learning and development industry, CLO Magazine has recognized Weejee for exceptional work in e-learning.

“We feel very honored by this award,” said Ian Huckabee, CEO of Weejee Learning. “CLO Magazine is an important resource in our industry, and we’re very proud that our work with DaVita on its compliance training program has been recognized by them.”

Now in its 10th year, the Learning in Practice Awards recognize industry leaders who have demonstrated excellence in the design and delivery of employee development programs.  Weejee won for its work with DaVita, the dialysis division of DaVita HealthCare Partners Inc. Weejee enhanced DaVita’s compliance training program using its signature “funification” method, or the theory that by integrating fun into learning, learning becomes more effective.

Implementing gamification and game mechanics, Weejee created an interactive scavenger hunt complete with a talking parrot host and a backpack of gadgets to guide DaVita team members through compliance training. As team members engaged with the scavenger hunt, they began to learn the training material more thoroughly.

Weejee has leverages its unique brand of fun and engaging enterprise-wide e-learning for clients nationally and globally. Its core services include providing custom learning solutions, learning needs and curriculum analyses, program design, social learning strategy, and instructional design and development.

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