BENEFITS OF VA E-LEARNING
SAVE TIME & MONEY
Blending online modules with existing face to face training results in radical time and investment savings. Online modules are typically completed in a third of the time required to cover comparable course syllabi in a training room setting.
VA’s modules allow competent and unfamiliar learners alike to complete modules at an individually appropriate pace. Learners interact with stimulating online activities that help cement course concepts.
Content, style and format is highly flexible. Off-the-shelf courses can be contextualised. Fully customised courses transform your subject matter into engaging learning experiences.
Combine with your face to face training
Use online assessment results to tailor more effective face to face training workshops and identify knowledge gaps.
We manage the seamless process of integrating subject matter expertise with instructional design and web development skills to create e-learning solutions that improve health and safety outcomes, exceed compliance and achieve excellence within lean constraints.
Saving your learning and development professionals time.
Interactivity that blends seamlessly with your LMS.
Visually interesting training with engaging content and activities.
Subject matter experts
Liz is still with us – but she is away at the moment dealing with some family matters and finishing off her last subject for her Masters of Public Health. Hopefully she will have some time to be back working with us again in late October – early November depending on how things all go.
Hannah having moved onto managing art exhibitions for a gallery has had time to devote to her artwork and is currently having an exhibition in Dandenong.
The jointly developed undergraduate laboratory induction project was a finalist in two categories, Best Use of Gamification / Simulation for Learning 2016, and Best Use of Technology for Learning 2016. With a record number of entries this year, we faced excellent competition in the Australian Institute of Training and Development Excellence Awards 2016.
We are thrilled to announce that the VA team in partnership with University of Wollongong (Dr. Simon Beford and Rosa Dimeska) has won two awards at the recent NSCA national awards presentation. These were for Best overall WHS Training Program, and winner overall.