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Portal wins public sector e-HR award
The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) and Futuremedia have won the Public Sector People Management Association 2006 Award for the best e-HR programme for the Prosecution College.
The Prosecution College is an e-learning portal designed to educate new lawyers in the CPS.
Sir Michael Bichard presented the award at the PPMA Annual Conference Dinner on March 29. The PPMA awards aim to recognise and celebrate best practices within public sector human resources teams.
Speaking about the award achievement Shelagh O'Leary, head of learning and development at the CPS, said: "We are very proud that the Prosecution College has won this prestigious award. It is a real testament to the commitment and hard work displayed by of our team and the team at Futuremedia.
"We have worked closely together since the start of the project. We value Futuremedia's continued support and ability to work quickly, against what are sometimes very demanding timescales, to deliver high quality products to the Prosecution College."
Andrea Miles, vice president, learning content and services at Futuremedia, commented: "We are very proud of what has been achieved. Prosecution College represents one of our flagship programs, and it demonstrates Futuremedia's capability to build and manage online learning communities and develop engaging learning content. We are delighted to support CPS in this way, and it's gratifying to receive recognition for our combined team efforts".
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