Global education company, Cognition Education Group proudly hosted Minister Mark Mitchell at the company’s new Wellington premises on Friday including a tour of Cognition’s recently rebranded business, Wavelength – an award winning digital learning company.
Accompanying Hon Mitchell was National List MP Paul Foster-Bell and Nicola Willis, National Candidate for Wellington Central. The tour included a viewing of Wavelength’s creative studio, along with a glimpse into the latest learning technologies being created for their clients, including virtual reality technologies, online learning modules and digital platforms. All were demonstrated by Wavelength’s team of talented developers and designers.
Cognition Education Group Chief Executive, Tina Lucas, said: “This acknowledgement is important exposure for Cognition and our group of expanding international businesses as we demonstrate the technologies we utilise to reach global learners.
Wavelength is an example of one of our successful New Zealand based businesses making waves on the global stage and picking up internationally recognised awards for their development of online learning modules.
Through our group of complimentary brands, Cognition takes the latest in technology and research together with our significant educational expertise, to create positive educational outcomes for all our clients and learners around the world.”
Headquartered in New Zealand, Cognition has been operating for almost 30 years and provides professional learning, consultancy services, media and publishing in more than 25 countries.