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Yorkshire-based eLearning company reaches final of Investors in People awards

Dec Connolly Editor

Email business@thebusinessjournal.co.uk

Saltaire-based eLearning company has reached the final in the Health and Wellbeing category at the annual Investors in People awards. 

Specialising in providing online learning solutions based on leading learning technologies Moodle and Totara, Titus’ clients include Network Rail, Dermalogica,The Labour Party and many others. 

The Investors in People Awards was created to recognise organisations with an unwavering dedication to improving their workplace. Hundreds of organisations worldwide compete to win one of the converted awards, including employer, organisation and individual recognitions. t

The Winners will be announced at a black-tie gala ceremony on the 15th November at Old Billingsgate in London.

Co-founder and Director Seb Francis commented on the award nomination:

“It’s an incredible honour to reach the finals of The Investors in People Awards, and even more so considering the other brilliant companies that have entered. 

Since its inception, we’ve always wanted to make Titus one of the greatest places to work, not just in Yorkshire but nationwide. The past two years have been extremely tough for everyone, and it’s become ever more important to invest in your team’s wellbeing and development, something which we’re proud to be recognised for.”

Paul Devoy, CEO of Investors in People, commented:

“In what has been the biggest and most competitive year so far, it always makes me feel immensely proud to see so many fantastic organisations and individuals staking their claim to be the best. And every year, the entries do get more and more competitive and the judging even tighter. Reaching the final shortlist is a testament to the amazing commitment these organisations are making to make work better for their people, and they truly deserve this recognition.”