SCIE – Healthcare Awareness

/SCIE – Healthcare Awareness
SCIE – Healthcare Awareness 2017-11-10T10:18:14+00:00

Project Description

The Brief

The Social Care Institute of Excellence (SCIE) approached us to partner with them on a project for a charity which supports people who have complex care needs. The charity wanted an e-learning module to raise employees’ awareness and knowledge of health issues faced by the people they support.

SCIE have an in-house development team and a real passion for accessibility in digital design. They wanted to match this with our passion for thoughtfully-designed, effective learning experiences so we were asked to provide learning consultancy, graphic design and project management support.



Video production 96%
Screen design 91%
Content production 96%
Consultancy 92%

What we did

We facilitated a workshop with subject matter experts to develop an in-depth understanding of the target audiences for this module. We then mapped out learner journeys through the module and co-designed a realistic scenario to communicate the key learning points.

We learned that support workers and local leaders are very much interested in people (no surprises there) and don’t have time to read lots of text (no surprises there either). This led to the decision that video should form a key element of the module. However, good quality video production can be expensive. We teamed up with 282 Video Production who helped us spot ways to keep costs down and get the best value without compromising on quality.

We also worked with SCIE to update the layout and functionality of their existing HTML based e-learning framework. Together we created a library of templates which can be easily reused, restyled and developed further to suit different content and clients.



The value

Support workers and local leaders at the charity will use the module to learn more about the health issues faced by the people they support.

Using their knowledge and experience within the care sector, SCIE plan to adapt the module for other organisations.