Oracle Academy Greece was honored to receive four Education Business Awards for recognition of best practices in entrepreneurship and innovation resulting in a positive impact in Greece’s educational system.
Gold Award – Digital Education
Jane Richardson, director, Oracle Academy EMEA, received the Gold Award for Digital Education recognizing educational organizations that focuses on digital technology and provides learners with a modern online experience, provides digital and interactive educational materials, and enhances and enriches learning experiences.
Silver Award – Investment in IT Education
Danny Gooris, senior manager, Oracle Academy EMEA, received the Silver Award for Investment in IT Education recognizing education organizations specializing in IT education through investments in special facilities, specialized personnel, and targeted collaborations.
Silver Award – Innovation in Teaching
Eleni Tsipa, PR & CSR specialist GCMM, Oracle Greece, received the Silver Award for Innovation in Teaching recognizing excellent learning initiatives that inspire learning and progress through innovative pedagogical methods.
Bronze Award – Online and Distance Learning
Dimitris Anastassopoulos, senior account manager, Oracle Greece, received the Bronze Award for Online and Distance Learning recognizing educational organizations for providing excellent online or distance education services with high quality teaching, learning experiences, and support.
Congratulations Oracle Academy team members for your achievements and your dedication to help us achieve our mission of advancing computer science education globally to drive knowledge, innovation, skills development, and diversity in technology fields.
This is the second year Oracle Academy has received Education Business Awards in Greece. In 2016, we received the Innovation in Teaching and Employment Education Business Awards. The judging committee recognized Oracle Academy for the professional development opportunities we offer teachers, enhancing CS education in Greece as well offering valuable skills and certifications to students, in an economy with a high percentage of youth unemployment.