Published on: 21 Jan 2016

GL Education wins the Bett Award for ICT Exporter of the Year

 

21 January 2016: GL Education has won a prestigious Bett Award 2016 in the ICT Exporter of the Year category. The trophy was collected by Chief Executive, Greg Watson, and International Director, James Neill, during a ceremony held at The Brewery in London last night.

The trophy is clear evidence of the success of the company’s educational assessments in global markets and recognises the diversification of GL Education from a UK business to an international education provider.

Greg Watson, Chief Executive of GL Education, said: “Education is becoming a global enterprise, with a growing exchange of tools and techniques between countries. Assessment has value worldwide as a means of generating data to support personalised learning, school improvement and national reform programmes. We are delighted to be building partnerships with educators and governments around the world based on our highly reliable, independent assessments of student ability, progress and engagement.”

The benefit of GL Education’s assessments is that they are not curriculum dependent, and can be adapted to most curriculum requirements. The company’s digital testing platform also allows them to deliver the tests simply in any country from their UK base.

To find out more about GL Education’s suite of assessments visit stand B149 at Bett 2016 or visit www.gl-education.com.

Image above: From left to right: Dominic Savage (Director General, BESA), Andrew Sleath (International Marketing and Customer Engagement Manager,  GL Education), James Neill (International Director, GL Education), Greg Watson (Chief Executive, GL Education) and Bett Awards host, Alex Horne.
 


From left to right: GL Education’s James Neill (International Director), Greg Watson (Chief Executive) and Andrew Sleath (International Marketing and Customer Engagement Manager)

 

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