Training platform tops the class at SPASA awards
By Alice Richard
Monday, 25 September, 2017
Waterco has topped the class at the 2017 SPASA Awards of Excellence, taking home not only the Training and Excellence Award in three states (NSW/ACT, Queensland and South Australia), but also securing the coveted National Training and Excellence Award.
“We launched Waterco Advance in November 2015 and since then have continued to evolve the technology behind the online training platform to make it easy for our clients to access and understand our latest product innovations,” said Waterco Group Marketing Director Bryan Goh.
“This allows them to better serve their customers by providing immediate, up-to-date solutions and crucial information they can access remotely on any digital device, including desktop computers, laptops, tablets and smartphones.
“It is a real honour to receive such a prestigious award and recognition from the industry for Waterco’s Advance training platform. I would like to acknowledge Andy Gale, who was formerly our training manager, for his instrumental role in the creation of this platform and creating the bulk of existing material.”
The judging panel was impressed by Waterco Advance’s high-quality educational topics and outcomes, information guidance notes, accessible design and user-friendly features, said SPASA Australia COO Spiros Dassakis.
“The judges unanimously agreed that Waterco Advance is an impressive platform that fosters ongoing professional development and was therefore worthy of the award,” he said.
“Training is the cornerstone of any successful association, and any successful industry for that matter. Without education and training, be it industry-specific or product-related knowledge, industry participants have nowhere to turn.”
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