Toronto, Canada – April 24, 2015 – e-roleplay Inc. has been named a finalist in Innovation in LTEN Excellence Awards, honoring best-in-class learning and development initiatives within the life sciences. LTEN will name the 2015 award winners at the 44th LTEN Annual Conference (www.LTENconference.com), the largest gathering of life science trainers and educators in the United States taking place in Phoenix, during the June 3 general session.
e-roleplay Inc. creates realistic 1:1 scenario based practice conversations that allow learners to convert the knowledge they obtained during training into well-honed skills. (web.practica-learning.com)
The LTEN Excellence Awards is the premier awards program in the United States recognizing innovation and leadership within the life sciences training and development community. Through the LTEN Excellence Awards competition, practitioners and suppliers enter learning initiatives and training content in various categories for recognition of excellence. Awards categories included: honors were presented in seven categories, including Innovation, Learning Content, Emerging Leader, Partnership and Pinnacle. Finalists are selected by a diverse group of experienced judges and, from that group of finalists, one winner from each category is awarded.
“Life sciences training and education professionals are critical to the success of their businesses and they deserve recognition for their astounding and impressive creation of high-quality learning content and training initiatives. We are delighted to honor such an impressive group for their efforts as they push the envelope in training and development and ultimately impact patient care,” said Dawn Brehm, LTEN executive director. “The 2015 LTEN Excellence Award judging panel had the enviable but very difficult task of selecting finalists from among so many worthy entries. Congratulations to all of the finalists!”
“We are very proud to be recognized as a finalist for the 2015 LTEN Excellence Award. Our mission is to help business professionals improve through practice and to see those results in our client’s success is very gratifying,” said Randy Sabourin, e-roleplay Inc. Co-President. “We would also like to thank the LTEN editorial staff for publishing a recent article in Focus about our work here at e-roleplay Inc. (Are Your Salespeople Schrodinger’s Cat? A Thought Experiment on Training Sustainment)
The LTEN Excellence Awards was designed and developed in partnership with the LTEN Advisory Council. The judging panel was comprised of experienced professionals working in the life sciences education and training field:
- Greg Adamson, Sr. Director, Education, St. Jude Medical; LTEN Board Director at Large
- Shawn Andrews, drshawnandrews.com; LTEN Advisory Council
- David Brin, Director, Enterprise Solution Selling, St. Jude Medical; LTEN Advisory Council
- Michael Capaldi, AVP, Civic Action, Sponsorships, Education & Compliance, Sanofi U.S.; LTEN Board Past President (2010-2011)
- John Constantine, Executive Director & Dean, Merck Polytechnic Institute, and Chair, Asia Training Consortium, Merck; LTEN Board Past President (2006-2007); LTEN Board Director at Large
- Joe Delosa, North America Skills Trainer, Pfizer; LTEN Advisory Council
- Christine Gaudet, Director of Events, Life Sciences Trainers & Educators Network
- Kevin Kruse, President, The Kruse Group; former LTEN Executive Director (2010-2015)
- Steve Rauschkolb, Sr. Director, Learning & Development, Commercial Solutions, Quintiles; LTEN Board Past President (2001- 2005)
- Tim Sosbe, Editorial Director, LTEN; Editor, Focus Magazine; Former Editorial Director, Chief Learning Officer and Training Industrymagazines
For a complete list of finalists and winners or more information on the LTEN Excellence Awards, please visit www.LTENconference.com/awards
About e-roleplay Inc.
e-roleplay Inc. is dedicated to delivering value through 1:1 practice. Based in Toronto, Canada e-roleplay combines scenario based practice roleplay with measurable 1:1 feedback. Founded in 2000, e-roleplay provides scenario based practice roleplay to a diverse client based in North America and Europe in a variety of languages.
The Life Sciences Trainers & Educators Network (www.L-TEN.org) is the only 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting the professional goals of trainers and educators in the life sciences by providing the clarity, community and career resources needed to excel in leadership and learning. Founded in 1971, LTEN has grown to over 1,400 individual members who work in pharmaceutical, biotech, medical device and diagnostic companies.