Saffron Interactive achieves title of “Accredited Learning Technologies Provider” for the 9th year running by the Learning and Performance Institute.
Saffron Interactive, the award-winning provider of digital learning solutions, enters its ninth year of accreditation by the Learning and Performance Institute.
Saffron Interactive to deliver key seminar on strategic use of playlists and personalisation at Learning Technologies exhibition
Saffron Interactive (stand E13), will be hosting a seminar on both days of the Learning Technologies exhibition on 3 – 4 February. Attendees will gain invaluable insights into practical personalisation for learning and performance technologies, including concrete examples of solutions that have delivered return on investment.
Training Industry recognises excellence and innovation: Saffron Interactive again a Top 20 Gamification Company
Transforming performance through technology: Saffron and Michelin also shortlisted for Learning Awards
A cutting-edge blended programme by Michelin and Saffron Interactive has been shortlisted for another prestigious industry award. Brand Usage by Dealers is now a finalist for the Learning Technologies Award at the 2016 Learning Awards in addition to its eLearning Awards shortlisting.
Learning Technologies seminar to reveal how award-winning Digital Prevention Platform unlocked the power of viral learning campaigns
Creating a performance-focused platform using crowd-sourced content is the focus of Saffron Interactive’s seminar at 10:30am in Theatre 7 at Learning Technologies on 29 January. The Digital Prevention Platform, created in partnership with AVA, went viral to transform approaches towards safeguarding at a national level and won a European MEDEA Award.
Upcoming webinar to showcase Saffron Interactive and AVA’s award winning Digital Prevention Platform
This Thursday 11 December at 3pm GMT, MEDEAnet will host a free webinar to showcase the winners of this year’s MEDEA Awards and interview the successful entrants. AVA (Against Violence and Abuse) and Saffron Interactive will be participating as winners of the MEDEA Professional Production Award.
AVA and Saffron Interactive win MEDEA Award for Digital Prevention Platform at international conference
The MEDEA Award for Professionally Produced Educational Media 2014 is European-wide and is awarded to the best educational media produced by a professional company or semi-professional production unit. The accolade was handed to Saffron and AVA at a ceremony which took place during the Media & Learning Conference in Brussels on 21 November.
TrainingIndustry.com has selected Saffron Interactive as part of its first ever “Top 20 Gamification Companies” list, published this week. Saffron Interactive’s inclusion recognises its history in the area of gamification and its commitment to pushing the boundaries of learning technologies.
It’s #everyonesbusiness! Saffron Interactive develops website and branding for key campaign on perinatal mental health
The Everyone’s Business campaign 1 has launched a new website and vibrant brand identity aimed at senior decision-makers in government and the NHS. The campaign is dedicated to ensuring that all women in the UK have access to specialist perinatal mental health care during pregnancy and postnatally.
Saffron Interactive has been named as ‘one to watch’ on this year’s Learning Portal Companies Watch List. Training Industry has recognised Saffron and its open source LMS, Saffron Grow, as an industry trailblazer amongst a growing list of clients that value innovation and user-impact.
In the last few weeks at Saffron Interactive there has been a lot of talk about gamification. For those that attended the recent Learning Technologies Exhibition you may have have seen one of our seminars debating the pro’s and cons of looking to videogames to provide an example for increasing engagement in L&D. We have also developed a new mobile assessment game based on the Bribery Act. This lead to a lot of interest and also a lot of questions on what makes something an example of gamification and what practical steps can we take to bring this increasingly popular theory into the training mix?
Some say you’ve got to take the good with the bad, and I guess that’s the theme of today’s blog. I’ve recently been working on a couple of courses in Articulate, a rapid authoring tool in which you can build professional online instruction and interactions such as multi-response, in Engage, Presenter and Quizmaker. From colour schemes on hotspots and drag and drop tabs, to personalised individual feedback on multi-choice quizzes, Articulate allows you to tailor every course to your needs, and for that, it’s brilliant. But every fairytale has its trials, and with its hidden file settings and disobedient applications, Articulate is no exception. ‘Simple’ interactions have sprouted several problematic gremlins in my courses – gremlins with a deft ability to escape a number of computers and baffle the developer. So with that in mind, here it is: a quick-fire review of Articulate – the good, the bad, and the downright ugly!
Why not look for a new challenge to start off 2012? We currently have several potential roles at Saffron so if you think that you have something to offer then we would love to hear from you!
Next time that you go to a business presentation, stop for a moment and take a look at how many people are typing away on smartphones or tablets whilst the speaker is talking. Is this evidence of a more active listener contribution and a higher level of efficiency, or of a short attention span? I’d suggest that this phenomenon isn’t because people are distracted by new technology, but instead that the audience participation in the group business presentation is changing. In my opinion, three of the main technologies responsible are:
- Smart Phones
Saffron Interactive is proud to announce its inclusion in the 2011 Top 20 Learning Portal Companies for the second year running.
Instructional design day one!
So today is my first day at Saffron as an Instructional Designer. Having worked part-time as a supply teacher whilst studying, and coming to the end of an MA in Creative Writing, I wanted to try my hand at working in a business environment, whilst not leaving behind the things I enjoy; landing a position as an ID at Saffron has struck the perfect balance. Here I have the opportunity to continue doing the things I love, whilst gaining experience both in business, and e-learning.
This is a report back from my first day working at Saffron Interactive. Apologies for the short delay, but you’ll understand that I have been very busy for the last month! In an exciting start to my Saffron career I spent my first day attending the Learning and Skills Group (LSG) conference at Olympia – a great way to be introduced to the world of e-learning.