Every year Afiniti enter the Learning and Performance Institute
Annual Learning Awards and this year we were shortlisted in 4
categories. Held at the Dorchester, London on 2 February the awards ceremony
welcomed an amazing turnout of organisations with a true desire to be part of
this prestigious event. For another year running Afiniti were delighted to be
recognized in the Training Company of the Year category and this year scooping
the Gold Award! Afiniti also achieved Gold Award for Trainer of the Year and
Sliver for External Training Project of the Year.
We were delighted to win the flagship award of the evening, Gold
Award for Training Company of the Year! This is an accolade we have
been close to achieving for several years and it was great to see all of our
efforts and successes rewarded in this year of all years all our team should
feel very proud of this achievement as a true reflection of our drive, energy
and capability. The LPI commented:Afiniti’s success is due to a passion and
an attention to detail from customer focus and careful management of finances
to excellence in development and support of its workforce. The Afinitis
approach is truly innovative and forward looking, and the enterprise has an
exceptional record in ensuring that it understands the clients precise needs
and exceeds expectations. Making change stick internally and externally as
well.Afinitis powerful proposition stood out making change stick which
is all about people. Using a number of innovative and creative interventions to
embed change, learning and performance is a key factor to successful end user
adoption

Afiniti were also delighted for our Learning Consultant Jim Hainie who won
Gold Award for Trainer of the Year. The words of the judges
say it all. It is not unusual for trainers to find themselves in situations
that are both demanding and outside their comfort zone; but very few will have
been stretched to the extent that Afiniti Learning Consultant, Jim Hainie, has
been at Network Rail. Jim demonstrated that his approach went significantly
beyond conventional training, in that he was able to create a learning culture
that not only maximized the effectiveness of skills transfer, but also had a
real bottom line impact.

Afiniti also won the Silver Award for External Project of the Year
with Network Rail based on the fabulous work that the team have been
doing with Network Rail Train Planning Project through learning and
communications helping to reduce delay minutes.The scheduling of trains
across the rail network can be a real challenge and Afiniti worked closely with
the client to understand what was needed to ensure that the system was deployed
as effectively as possible. The judges were especially impressed by the empathy
between Afiniti and the client and the way in which the programme was marketed,
branded and deployed.
We were also shortlisted for Instructional Designer of the
Year a real credit to the work Jonathan Reeve delivered on the Reed
Elsevier project. His clients were proud to endorse Jonathan for the quality of
his work and ongoing commitment.

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