An Asia Pacific company had over 30 health and safety programs that were being delivered by professionals in a face to face setting across regional mining sites throughout Australia and Asia Pacific. These programs had been developed by experts in a PowerPoint format which were accurate from a content perspective, but overwhelming, often out dated and ineffective (often over 100 slides in length), costing a fortune to deliver and limited in their effectiveness of ensuring safety to their employees in the workplace.
Think Design Execute was brought in to facilitate a workshop to go through these programs and help the team decide:
- Who was the target audience for this program?
- What is their level of knowledge on this subject?
- What do I want the learner to do (or think) as a result of completing this module?
- Why should they do or think this?
- Less is best – keep the content to what they MUST know
The company then worked through the content they had on hand to ensure the content would achieve the result they were after. This material then became the starting point for either online or face to face delivery.
Developed 12 OHS online modules of approximately 20 minutes in seat time
Option for the learner to go straight to the assessment if they have pre-knowledge of the topic
Delivered via the company’s LMS (SAP) system and USB in remote locations
Training is now consistent across the country and is now being duplicated for Indonesia
Modules were developed using Articulate Storyline or Studio so the company can update and maintain the modules post implementation
Training was provided to internal staff on how to use Articulate Storyline
Many of the modules were developed using active, decision based design typically designed in a non-linear fashion
Scenarios were customised specific for the company to ensure relevancy