18 September 2018

The Moment shortlisted at the Learning Technologies Awards for three categories in collaboration with ABP and Global Radio.

Selected as finalists from over 400 entries, The Moment has made an impressive appearance in the learning arena securing all three of its entries into the 185-strong shortlist in three categories; its first year applying.

These three entries demonstrate The Moment’s creativity and passion for unforgettable digital learning experiences and showcase the company’s commitment and drive to deliver excellence in learning design.

Andy Parkin, Managing Partner at The Moment said: “I am personally delighted for our team to see that L&T have recognised some outstanding work and shortlisted The Moment for a range of technical awards.  Our talented team, with an instinct for developing audience focused content, have applied the business mantra of ‘Create Unforgettable’ into our learning provision to meet the exacting needs of the contemporary learner.  With the full gambit of creative and technical capability within our business, all at the learning designers’ disposal, it is to their great credit that they remain true to their principle focus of aligning creative solutions with the actual need, ensuring appropriate outcomes are achieved.  The nominated projects are a genuine reflection of this approach and are setting impressive standards /results across our client base.”

Tim Powell-Jones, Lead learning designer at The Moment said: “This is fantastic news and shows the great work that our learning and development teams have been doing over the past year. It’s a great opportunity to show off to the industry how we combine creativity, innovation and learning and come up with some genuinely unique solutions!”

The Moment’s entries fall into three categories:

Excellence in the design of learning content

Associated British Ports (ABP) required an impactful training solution to raise the awareness of safe practice around Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGVs) on site for all employees. The Moment developed an unforgettable 3D interactive and narrative-led training solution to catalyse a companywide culture change.

The solution encourages learners to develop a sense of personal accountability for safety by exploring the direct implications of poor safety practice around HGVs in a replica port environment. The solution contributes to the learning and performance of ABP’s employees on an individual level, encouraging the relevant transfer of key learning messages into their daily practice.

Best use of simulations or virtual environments for learning

As part of their ongoing efforts to keep the number of presenter and operator errors low, Global (home of the Heart, Capital, Classic FM, Smooth, Radio X, LBC and Gold radio stations) approached The Moment, with the brief to create an innovative training solution focusing on developing their employees’ ability to handle unexpected and unusual events. The result was a captivating recreation of Global’s iconic Leicester Square studio in an authentic virtual reality environment. A portable training system that revolutionised their traditional onboarding methods and reached over 140 employees in six months.

Best learning game

Associated British Ports (ABP) required an innovative training solution to raise the awareness of GDPR for managers. With a small budget and time-frame, The Moment developed an interactive narrative-led game to explore the real-world consequences of GDPR negligence.

Inspired by the successful mechanics of commercial games, The Moment created a simulated interface with interactions that mimic the daily actions of learners and test the learner’s comprehension of GDPR principles. The result was an effective learning game that outperformed its reach goal by 25% in just one month of deployment and documented a high percentage of post-training test scores over 89%.

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