We’ve helped organisations of all types, shapes and sizes to implement Moodle and Totara effectively, tailoring it to their specific requirements.
The case studies showcased here illustrate how a selection of different organisations are using the systems.
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Moving Picture Company
Implementing a feature-rich, visual LMS for a leading global creative company
Moving Picture Company (MPC) are a global leader in visual effects (VFX), adding creative expertise to advertising, film and entertainment industries for various well-known projects.
IBC Academy & Lloyd's Maritime Academy
Helping commercial provider to deliver distance learning
IBC Academy and Lloyd’s Maritime Academy, part of Informa PLC, deliver public and client-specific education and training solutions to the maritime, logistics, energy and security sectors.
Long-term review and refresh to extend and improve VSO's Moodle site
VSO is the world’s leading independent international development organisation, which engages with volunteers to fight poverty. It works in over 30 developing countries around the world, along with its partners, to deliver innovative development programmes.
Hampshire Fire and Rescue
One year on… Reflections on the launch of a public sector Moodle solution
Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service (HFRS) provides fire and rescue services for 1.7 million people in the county. Since the late 1990’s, it used PowerPoint presentations to standardise (mostly mandatory) teaching throughout the service. Now an engaging Moodle solution is revolutionising learning…
Princess Alice Hospice
Moodle VLE aids Princess Alice Hospice in its Distance Learning Care Program
This UK-based hospice specialising in free, end-of-life care and high-quality nursing sought a VLE platform to deliver collaborative, blended learning courses. The hospice needed to acquire a suitable, experience VLE expert to help implement and run the e-learning platform successfully and within a strict budget.
Clinicians, dental tutors and GPs across the south of England embrace e-learning
NHS Education South Central (NESC) started investigating the role that e-learning could play in 2008, to provide learning to tens of thousands of healthcare workers across five counties, 24 hospitals and numerous small clinics and private organisations. It was a huge task – but with plenty of benefits and efficiencies for both trainees and educators.
National removals company saves over 60% by choosing Moodle for online training
Pickfords is a household name for removals and storage, handling over 30,000 moves a year in the UK alone, plus over 15,000 moves overseas each year. The company needed a cost-effective and robust system to support its in-house training programmes.
Moodle helps deliver in-house training and apprenticeship learning
Business Impact UK is a leading workforce training provider based in Team Valley, Gateshead, which operates nationally. Its aim is to deliver work-based apprenticeship programmes to young people going into employment – now with the help of Moodle learning.
Making elearning effective for volunteers across 200+ branches
The Samaritans charity has used Moodle to develop a series of elearning courses that provide a cost-effective and convenient way for volunteers to be trained in their own homes.
Royal Air Force
Learning success soars with the implementation of Moodle e-learning
To ensure effective, career-long training for 30,000 commissioned and non-commissioned personnel, the RAF worked with HowToMoodle to develop the skills of its online tutors.
The World Bank
How we used Moodle to help supporting learners without an Internet connection
We worked with this international charity to devise a cost-effective, open source Moodle solution to further enhance learning in areas where it can really make a difference…
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