TS4SE's e-learning toolkits offer an engaging and interactive learning experience. Our digital learning engages the learner through the use of diagrams, images, quizzes, games, video and sound. On-line access is possible 24/7 via desktop computers, laptops, tablets and smart phones.
Today a significant portion of our training on migration, culture, health, access and communication is available as e-learning courseware on our health resources co-website.
With our combined expertise in training, teaching and instructional design we are able to offer bespoke e-learning solutions for organisations with backgrounds in healthcare, health education, service provision, migration, minority communities or voluntary sectors.
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TS4SE's e-learning apps can be made available to trainees and training managers in several ways, flexibly adapting to your needs.
We can design applications to fit your Learning Management Systems (LMS) like SCORM, Lectora, Traccess, Moodle and many more.
Alternatively, TS4SE can host the application for you on our health-resources co-website, with a secure and dedicated data-base to store and manage sensitive user data and learning reports.
You might even want us to develop an entirely new LMS. We are trained to install OpenSource solutions like Moodle or Dokeos and integrate e-learning courses and tests.
Besides all technical jargon our digital learning applications can be just as useful in presentations and face-to-face training situations. They can attractively replace the often usual Powerpoint presentation. Video and sound, animated diagrams and appealing images combined with in-build fullscreen facilities make a fine multimedia addition.
Our activities in this area are based on research and ideas known as Blended Learning. This approach combines direct engagement with staff and learners in face-to-face trainings with the advantages of digital, self-paced learning.
Digital learning packages serve as complimentary or stand-alone lectures and can be accessed in any timeframe and situation best suited to the trainee's needs.
But Blended Learning means much more than this. It is a blanket term for enhancing the learning opportunities of the 21st century learner.
A multidimensional blend of learning resources including social networking, professional collaboration and learner controlled access to learning materials supported by team trainings and e-learning courseware - blended learning attempts to integrate all involved components into an enlightening learning experience.