AITD showers learning excellence over Kineo Customers

News | 20.08.2021

The Australian Institute of Training and Development (AITD) is the industry body for qualified and credible learning and development professionals.

The panel of judges for AITD Excellence Awards 2021 has awarded finalist status to no less than four Kineo APAC client project submissions across a range of categories. This is unprecedented, and with silent glee we shall hold our breaths for the final verdict in late October!

Here's the shortlist of best in class projects

Cerebral Palsy Alliance (CPA) is a disability and community sector focused registered training organisation (RTO). CPA is a Partner of Kineo and CPA’s deep knowledge of disability combined with Kineo’s learning expertise shares a vision for providing co-created courses containing practical best practice learning content. Having collaborated for a number of years, we are delighted that CPA has been identified as a finalist in this year’s awards for Best Capability Building Program with ‘Bringing the next generation of digital learning to the disability sector’.

Next up is TPG Telecom, a finalist in this year’s awards for Best Use of Technology for Learning with ‘TPG Learning Hub.’ Check out the Netflix quality learning and social ecosystem that has been built on our Top 20 Learning Experience Platform, Totara: Kineo Edition, escalating workforce engagement and course completion numbers for every learner resulting in a rich immersive user experience.

Reece Group is - yes you’ve guessed it - a finalist for the AITD award category: Best Onboarding/Induction Program with their ‘Get Started With’ Onboarding program.  Reece embarked on a mission to reimagine the onboarding experience to provide new starters with a sense of belonging from day one. Read more about their transformative onboarding experience created from a design labs series with collaborative feedback from the business to ensure its success.

And lastly, but by no means least we have got through to the final stage with Maxima Learning, ‘We see potential’ launch under the award classification: Best Use of Technology for Learning. Maxima connects job-seekers and employers through a training and recruitment service.

At the onset of COVID-19, the Maxima Joblink division responsible for disability services’ biggest challenge was the inability to service customer needs face-to-face and an alternate solution was required for them to continue providing support.

 As part of their offering, Maxima provides a resilience program for customers requiring a combination of mental wellbeing support and workforce guidance. The launch of a new learning management system (LMS) was identified as the perfect solution to connect customers with their employment support consultants and continue supporting their customer needs in an online environment.


If you want to learn more about these projects, or would like to see your organisation up in lights for creative, engaging and impactful workplace learning, we’re here to help. Get in touch.

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