More than 80 jobs are being created at a Plymouth Science Park based company this year as tech firm Sponge continues to expand upon its’ award-winning successes – despite the current uncertainty generated by Brexit.
Sponge delivers bespoke digital learning designed to train employees and improve performance for multi-national brands.
Sponge UK’s Jason Butler has been named Learning Developer of the Year at Europe’s largest learning technologies awards scheme.
Jason, who works for the learning technologies business based at Plymouth Science Park, struck gold at the Learning Technologies Awards 2017 (LT Awards) held at London’s Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel on 29 November.
A cyber security online training programme is being offered to teachers to help them play a key role in combatting cyber threats to schools.
The Tech Partnership, the employer body that develops skills for the digital economy, and NAACE, the association for the UK’s education technology community, have teamed up to produce the new elearning.