Case studies demonstrating how our learning methodology has increased knowledge, skills and compliance.
Education and Care Services Committee and Board Induction
The Department of Communities, Education and Care Services Regulatory Unit Western Australia had identified an opportunity to strengthen sector knowledge of legal responsibilities and general governance practice of childcare centres.
This course was designed to offer new board members vital information about their roles and responsibilities. It also offered existing board members an opportunity to recap their knowledge and identify any gaps in processes.
Education and Care Services Improving Committees and Boards
After such successful results in their first induction eCourse, the Department of Communities contracted a second course. This was designed to extend knowledge from the first eCourse and provide a deeper level of knowledge.
We focused on activity that increased their continuous improvement activity within these community sector boards, helping them improve their governance standards and practices.
Department of Sport and Recreation Western Australia
The department wanted to deliver a series of videos for board members of state-based sporting associations. The content was directed towards board members who have experience on boards.
It needed to include important foundational information, but not be too basic in the content. Content needed to be developed as a video series to be able to be hosted across multiple websites and on their youtube channel.
A state-wide agency approached us to help with an eLearning project they had started in-house. The CEO contacts us a few months into the project, expressing concern about the project quality.
She sought advice on the material their instructional designer had endorsed ready for. Our advice turned around their eLearning strategy.