Learning Seat has received a couple of accolades over the last couple of months which we’re proud to share with you.
Firstly, one of Learning Seat’s clients, The Athlete’s Foot was a finalist at the recent 2010 Australian Institute of Training and Development (AITD) National Training Excellence Awards.
Learning Seat is the official course development provider for The Athlete’s Foot and worked with them to create the course that was shortlisted as a finalist at the awards called Fit Tech.
The Fit Tech course takes staff through the technical skills required to fit customers into the right shoes, improving a customer’s experience in-store sales experience.
The AITD National Training Excellence Awards recognise outstanding excellence in learning and development and in organisational development.
Deloitte Technology Fast 50
In addition, Learning Seat was also recently announced a Deloitte 2010 Technology Fast 50 company.
The Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Program, now in its tenth year, ranks the 50 fastest growing public or private technology companies, based on percentage revenue growth over three years (2008 to 2010).
Learning Seat achieved a 34 ranking on the list.
Joshua Tanchel, leader of Deloitte’s Technology Fast 50 Program said: “This year’s winners are adapting to a fast paced changing technology landscape, seeking out and developing new technologies and bringing innovative solutions to the market place.
“This group of companies have shown resilience, recorded high revenue growth and adopted innovative techniques to build their business and continue to grow even when market conditions were difficult.”
General manager of Learning Seat, Tim Legge expressed his delight at being recognised as one of Australia’s fastest growing technology companies.
“Achieving a ranking on such a prestigious list is a testament to the hard work the Learning Seat team put in everyday in contributing to our growth.
“The team have done a great job in realising the potential of online learning and compliance and bringing the benefits of this to workplaces all around Australia. We look forward to continuing our growth and working with companies and associations nationwide in improving workplace culture and engagement through our online learning platform.”
The company has also made the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 2010 Asia Pacific rankings.
Hewitt Engagement Score
Finally, you will be pleased to know that the team at Learning Seat that looks after your learning and development needs do so because they love to do it and here’s proof!
We’re happy to announce that for 2010, Learning Seat’s staff engagement score is 81 per cent – well above the global average of 56 per cent and higher than the best employer’s benchmark of 77 per cent.
According to Hewett, the company who conducted our engagement levels, being a Best Employer sees:
Reduced turnover: Best Employers see significantly lower levels of turnover – In Australia, 45 per cent lower turnover than the average workplace.
Larger talent pools: Best Employers get nearly twice as many applications per employee as other organisations
Business results: Best Employers outperform other organisations in both productivity and financial performance. Hewitt’s research concludes that organisations with high engagement are 78 per cent more productive and 40 per cent more profitable than those with lower engagement.
These accolades represent our ongoing hard work and committment to our clients which we translates to the service we provide you with.