Building better lives through eLearning
We’re delighted to have recently been awarded the contract to create bespoke eLearning for NHS Education for Scotland (NES). This latest project with NES is focused on helping relevant NHS staff members get a better understanding of their corporate parenting responsibilities to care experienced and looked after children and young people.
Posted 28 August 2018
Shaping the content
NHS collaborated with UK Charity of the Year, Who Cares? Scotland on this important project, who provided training materials and guidance. Our dedicated in-house instructional and graphic designers worked diligently to shape the content for the digital delivery of our bespoke learning.
We were happy to help create eLearning that benefits NES to educate relevant NHS staff in a cost-effective way, without the need to spend any time away from their responsibilities.
We relished the opportunity to work on this project, with such a strong positive impact for Scotland’s care experienced young people. We’re looking forward to working with NES on future projects and further highlighting the eLearning benefits.
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