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Data#3 wins learning and development award two years running

25 Apr 2019

Technology services and solutions provider Data#3 has won a LearningElite award for the second year in a row.

Chief Learning Officer magazine’s LearningElite programme honours the best organisations for learning and development. 

The robust, peer-reviewed ranking and benchmarking programme recognises those organisations that employ exemplary workforce development strategies that deliver significant business results.

Data#3’s aim is to foster an inclusive, accessible learning culture, which supports the professional growth and development of its people. 

The company exceeded the global benchmark in all categories - learning strategy, learning execution, leadership commitment, learning impact and business performance results.

''To win this award for the second year in a row is a fantastic achievement and a testament to our learning and development programme at Data#3,” says Data#3 organisational development and human resources group manager Tash Macknish.

“Our aim is to provide a broad and diverse learning curriculum, to create a variety of learning avenues and to foster a culture, which creates opportunities for timely and effective continual learning. It’s the achievement of these objectives that helps to ensure we attract and retain Australia’s top talent. Well done to the team for delivering outstanding outcomes.''

Developed under the guidance of a group of chief learning officers and senior learning and development practitioners, the LearningElite programme utilises best practices in evaluation to rank organisations based upon their impact, size and industries served. 

A comprehensive evaluation of learning and development, the LearningElite also recognises individual companies for their efforts in functional areas, including leadership development, use of technology, executive buy-in, and content development and delivery, among others.

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