Welcome to our Client Snapshots page! Here you will find a quick summary of some of the projects we’ve recently completed, an explanation of the tools used and a few insights into our design process. Would you like to collaborate with us to design your next e-Learning project? If so, please click here to let us know how we can help.
INTRODUCTION TO MANDATORY ABUSE REPORTING (CATEGORY: HEALTHCARE/COMPLIANCE/NON-PROFIT)
The primary purpose of this project was to update our client’s current hard-copy training materials to incorporate online learning, ensure consistency with state-defined Administrative Rules, and more thoroughly train staff regarding their responsibilities. The online approach was vital to delivering training to new staff who needed to complete the course before they could observe operations in their area of assignment. Use of short, workplace-relevant case studies facilitated basic understanding of legal, reporting requirements. Click here to learn more about this project.
WHEN DRINKING BECOMES A DRAG (CATEGORY: COMPLIANCE/EDUCATION)
This course was designed for a client of ours who wanted a highly interactive, visually appealing online course that helped learners to distinguish between alcohol abuse and alcohol addiction, learn what causes some people to develop problems, what treatment looks like, and how to identify potential problems in themselves or others they care about. Click here to learn more about this project.
The goal of this course was to supplement traditional training for one of our international clients. It was designed to impact the daily practices of healthcare personnel and serve as a precursor to implementation of on-site monitoring of hand hygiene practices. Click here to learn more about this project.
Hiragana and katakana are the two basic Japanese phonetic scripts or alphabets that are the keys to learning basic Japanese. This project was completed for a local school that encourages its students to learn through an international lens as thoughtful, compassionate world citizens. The school promotes a challenging international education program with rigorous assessments recognized around the world. Our goal was to provide an engaging way for the students to learn and study hiragana characters. Click here to learn more about this project.
This project was a small subsection of a problem-solving course designed for a national client committed to boosting training for problem-solving professionals to a higher level. This dramatic, real-life scenario was designed to help learners focus first on appropriately defining the problem to be solved. A detective-type approach presents a myriad of facts the learner must evaluate to finally find a “smoking gun.” Click here to learn more about this project.
Type-2 Diabetes Management Course Series (HEALTHCARE)
This international project ran over several months and included (10) 20-minute courses developed in Storyline 2. These courses supported the development of a training program focused on the prevention and management of Type-2 diabetes.