The International Rescue Committee (IRC) needed a suite of elearning all about the Emergency Market Mapping and Analysis (EMMA) approach to disaster response.
Online lesson, homework and revision system used by over one million students.
Free authoring tool for creating and distributing your own elearning materials.
A fully-customisable, centralised hub for all your organisation’s training and development needs.
This game-based learning puts you in the role of a international aid decision-maker. Negotiate funding, assign resources and manage crises to prevent epidemics.
Hours of custom-made elearning materials.
Scenario-based training that teaches Environment Agency staff how to use and record intellectual property correctly.
Unique training tool for counsellors looking to learn motivational interviewing techniques.
Custom-made incident management training for Environment Agency staff.
A HR tool that encourages staff to take charge of their own learning.
Custom-made training to ensure staff and the environment remain safe.
1.6 to 2 million vehicles reach the end of their life in the UK each year. This training shows learners how to dispose of these vehicles correctly.
Custom-made training to improve Spirax Sarco staff’s customer service.
Custom-made training for international steam system engineering organisation.
Free software tool to improve reading standards and support teachers throughout Key Stage 1.
Complete phonics program and innovative lesson delivery engine that generates lessons based on the class’s progress.
Online assessment solution featuring everything from quick quizzes to syllabus-specific tasks that help students prepare for their exams.
A suite of elearning materials covering all aspects of working with refugees in urban settings.
Online training that covers all aspects of statelessness, including relevant legal framework and the UNHCR mandate.
Training to prepare UNHCR staff to deal with the many different aspects of protecting public health during a refugee situation.
Training to help UNHCR staff ensure all the work they carry out is inclusive and accessible.
Training resource that ensures drivers of waste-carrying vehicles fully understand their legal responsibilities.
Crucial flood defence asset training, that greatly reduced the logistical overheads of the Environment Agency’s existing, classroom-based training.
A central location where the Environment Agency can track and record all their offline and online training, including approved resources like books and DVDs.
A single, centralised location where the Environment Agency’s top talent can learn more about the training opportunities available to them.
Hours of bespoke elearning materials demonstrating specialist sampling techniques across a range of scenarios, from marine life to water processing plants.
A series of detailed and highly-specific modules to help ecologists identify aquatic macro-invertebrates.
Scenarios that encourage learners to reflect on diversity issues, without feeling like they’re being ‘lectured.’
BETT award-nominated multimedia resource to engage pupils, fire their imagination and boost their confidence in their writing ability.
Intuitive and powerful interface to BETT award-nominated database of over a thousand resources.
Database-driven application containing thousands of resources to keep individual students and even entire classes engaged.
Exciting Key Stage 3 maths resource that saves teachers from hours of lesson preparation, and uses ICT to engage students across Years 7, 8 and 9.
Content that encourages children to think about British history, as part of Channel 4’s BAFTA award-winning website.
Ground-breaking 20 hour course that brings the communication curriculum to life via a fully-interactive cartoon street populated by animated characters.
BETT award-nominated electronic learning package comprising of three CD-ROMs of content promoting speaking and listening skills.
Numeracy app for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch containing educational games with a choice of difficulty levels.
A series of gruesome animations covering nasty topics for Folens’ ‘History’ CD-ROM series.