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TTi Global Earns International Recognition by Taking a Bronze at Learning Technologies Awards in London


TTi Global was awarded a Bronze for the development of their augmented reality training solution for Jaguar-Land Rover at the Learning Technologies Awards in London. TTi Global was a winner in the "Best Use of Simulation or Virtual Environments for Learning" category.

Michigan based TTI Global won the Bronze award for "Best Use of Simulations or Virtual Environments for Learning" at The Learning Technologies Awards ceremony in London on 30th of November. Over 800 people gathered for the prestigious ceremony held at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel in London, UK.

The event celebrated the best of e-learning and learning technologies across the world. At their largest gala evening to date, 53 gold, silver, and bronze awards were handed out. Guests flew in from all over the world and included representatives from Canada, Australia, New Zealand, India, USA, Turkey, Germany, Hungary, Switzerland, Spain & Italy.

Lori Blaker, CEO/ President of TTi Global acknowledged the significance of the recognition. “We are extremely proud to have received this award at The Learning Technologies Awards. Only top-performing industries leaders are nominated for these awards and we are honored that our training solution in conjunction with Jaguar-Land Rover was cited by our industry as award-winning.”

The product developed by TTi Global for Jaguar Land Rover utilized a cutting-edge computer modeling program to create a heightened learning environment for users. Learners experience a virtual environment and vehicle creation, ultra-quality model completion and an ultra-interactive model creation that maintains absolute vehicle representation throughout. An overview of the “Augment Realty Global Product Launch" for Jaguar Land Rover can be viewed here.

The award seeks to recognize simulations and virtual environments that play a key role in the support of specific learning aims. The use of simulations and virtual environments as an aid to learning is more widespread as the tools and technologies for developing these becomes more accessible.

Selected winners are judged on a variety of criteria including: the views of stakeholders, the recognition of peers and professional colleagues and the responses of learners. Judges used all of these criteria to determine excellence. Supporting evidence from learners and other stakeholders was required.

Winning candidates needed to demonstrable evidence that; there was a clear rationale for the use of a simulation or virtual environment as an approach to meet the requirement, the use of simulations or virtual environments was effectively aligned with learning objectives and other criteria.

The evening was co-hosted by comedians Deborah Frances White and Katherine Ryan. Headline sponsors were Brightwave Group, Cornerstone OnDemand, Growth Engineering, Immerse Learning, Kallidus, Lumesse Learning, Olive Learning, SiyonaTech, Sponge UK and Unicorn Training Group. Judging partner was the eLearning Network and Good Practice partner was Towards Maturity.

About Learning Technologies
Learning Technologies is Europe's leading showcase of organizational learning and e-learning technology. The organization is recognized worldwide. For more information on The Learning Technology Awards visit

About TTI Global
TTi Global provides staffing, learning, research and consulting solutions to industries across various sectors with automotive as a core focus. TTi Global oversees operations on five continents with offices spanning the globe, which include Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, India, Japan, Mexico, Peru, South Africa, Thailand, Venezuela, UK and most recently Afghanistan.

With a staff of over 2000 employees in international operations, they offer a wide range of services, tailor made to drive business goals, including business consulting, research, staffing, workforce development and learning solutions. TTi Global world headquarters are located in Rochester Hills, Michigan.