Vector Training chosen as a 2022 winner in the professional development category
Vector Training from Vector Solutions has been named a winner in the 2022 SmartBrief EdTech Readers’ Choice Awards, an awards program that recognizes innovative education technology solutions based on voting by SmartBrief’s readers. The online training management system for schools was selected as a winner in the Professional Development category.
“We are honored to have been selected as a winner by SmartBrief’s audience of industry professionals, including educators and administrators,” said Vector Solutions Head of Product for Education Rob Buelow. “It’s not an easy time to work in schools, and we’re proud to offer engaging and effective training that builds the skills of our nation’s educators to help them create safer, smarter, better communities.”
SmartBrief, a digital news service for K-12 education professionals, launched the SmartBrief EdTech Readers’ Choice Awards as a way to celebrate companies and products making a lasting impact on the education industry. Vector Training, formerly known as SafeSchools, provides staff and students with access to hundreds of expert-authored online training courses and helps administrators easily track and manage those trainings in a convenient, versatile web-based platform. Vector Training also allows districts to create and deliver custom courses within the system.
This is the latest education award win for Vector Solutions, the leading provider of training and software solutions to help schools make their operations and communities safer, smarter, and better. Within the past year the company’s education solutions have also earned awards from THE Journal, Campus Technology, and Tech & Learning.
To view the full list of winners of the 2022 SmartBrief EdTech Readers’ Choice Awards, visit https://corp.smartbrief.com/original/2022/06/edtech-2022-smartbrief-readers-choice-awards.
The American Consortium for Equity in Education, publisher of the "Equity & Access" journal, celebrates and connects the educators, associations, community partners and industry leaders who are working to solve problems and create a more equitable environment for historically underserved pre K-12 students throughout the United States.