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Afiniti and Network Rail Get Gold at the LPI Learning Awards 2015

Afiniti and Network Rail received the Gold Award for External Learning Solution of the year at the LPI’s Learning Awards on Thursday February 5.

AT the awards, hosted by Claudia Winkleman at the Dorchester in Park lane, Afiniti and Network Rail were recognised for their work on delivering change – providing communication, engagement and learning for 2000 front line users.Learning awards claudia winkleman

The NROL3 system roll out was part of a programme to improve the way maintenance materials are planned and managed across the rail network, impacting work management, trains, passengers and incidents.

Running many courses simultaneously over various locations as part of a programme of learning, the Afiniti team concurrently executed on an engagement strategy to communicate with a traditionally hard to reach audience. Delivering change successfully to users has directly contributed towards the realisation of a business benefit – reducing cost and risk, as shown by the £10m saving made to seasonal treatment.

Read more about the project here

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