We develop eLearning for a variety of industries.
IDA was thrilled to work with ANU Research School of Population Health, in collaboration with Training Programs in Epidemiology and Public Health Interventions Network (TEPHINET) and Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) on the development of a series of Contact Tracing eLearning modules.
Find three modules live now via World Health Organisation Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network (GOARN) training platform!
The online learning module formed part of a learning campaign to improve the performance of various roles in relation to managing ill passengers onboard trains.
An existing video was incorporated into the course.
In this eLearning example, IDA was engaged to build a course that will be replicated into an app. The course focusses on mediation to increases wellness and incorporated a number of videos the client had produced.
It consists of fortnightly team workshops to share experiences and discuss ways in which the learning can be applied to improve performance in the workplace.
In this eLearning project, IDA created a course to upskill the existing workforce on techniques to improve the efficiency of the rail network through improved dwell management techniques
Using a series of supplied instructional videos, IDA created a digital learning piece to better frame them in a way that appeals to a wider variety of learning styles.
The videos were complemented by a variety of interactive elements, as well as knowledge checks and quizzes to confirm participants’ understanding.
This eLearning program for WeMOV explained how to shoot your own high-quality footage in the comfort of your home or office. It includes important tips and tricks to ensure your videos look consistent and professional.
This project called for a series of short eLearning or ‘bite sized’ courses that were released weekly to embed a larger face to face learning program.
In this eLearning course, IDA developed, recast and contextualised a series of dated eLearning programs from another country to an Australian context whilst improving the user experience.
This online learning course featured various engaging elements included assessments and videos. and focused on sensitively presented challenging information and techniques to health professionals working with pregnant clients in challenging circumstances.
Click the links below to try an interactive eLearning Program:
- Managing Inappropriate Behaviours
- Fundamentals of Business Finance Literacy
- Employee Health and Well Being
These eLearning courses will adapt to mobile, tablets and computers. Once you have opened a course, you can simply paste the URL into your preferred device.
Learn more about eLearning Development
- eLearning: Dos and Dont’s
- How-To: Design for Online Courses
- The Learning Benefits of Video and Multimedia
- The Role of eLearning in Adult Education: Pros, Cons, and Best Practices
- How to Create Interactive eLearning Content for Adult Learners
- 5 reasons to incorporate eLearning in a face-to-face program
- Do You Want to Create an Online Course or eLearning?