Client: Project: Background As a pilot project, SMUS was interested in reaching out to students not able to attend the physical campus by offering online courses in English 10 and Social Studies 11. TM NewMedia was engaged to provide expertise in online learning environments, create two courses (English 10 and Social Studies 11), as well…
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The World Bank Institute decided to create an online course directed at leaders of towns, cities and urban regions to encourage the use of positive climate actions in their planning. This course was to be incorporated into their current Learning Management System (Moodle).
The Ministry of Citizen Services contracted TM NewMedia in partnership with Education For Peace to create an online course based on a globally proven unity-based approach to multicultural and anti-racism education. The course is intended for a broad public audience.
Changes in the Employment and Labour Market services provision resulted in the need for large-scale orientation of newly incorporated Federal employees into the provincial processes. TM NewMedia was asked to create this orientation by adapting content written in PowerPoint to an online version.
BC Ferry ship crew were in need of a ‘just in time’ eLearning resource that would provide instruction on using various aspects of the Maximo software application to manage asset inventory and resources aboard BC Ferries.
The Information Management Group of the Ministry of Forest and Range contracted TM NewMedia to develop asynchronous online software training for the use of their new email and document management software for Ministry of Forest and Range employees.
The success of the four-hour Sustainability: Step by Natural Step eLearning course provided an opportunity for a shorter version to be created to meet the need of those participants who required a less in-depth coverage of the concepts.
Nissan Japan in collaboration with The Natural Step – Japan, wanted to create a short course to introduce employees to the serious sustainability issues facing automakers, and to the varied measures being taken by Nissan to address these issues.
BC Recreation and Parks Association decided to offer a variety of eLearning courses that were traditionally presented in workshops to their membership and beyond. The intention was to offer these courses through an online purchasing system that could differentiate between members and non-members of BCRPA and provide pricing appropriately.
Emergency service workers in the Greater Victoria Region all use the services provided by Capital Region Emergency Services Telecommunications. They rely heavily on the use of various mobile and portable radios and must be thoroughly trained in their use. CREST decided to provide online training for users of their system to promote effective use of the radios.
The BC Falls Prevention Education Collaborative, after working with TM NewMedia to create the French and English versions of the Falls Prevention online learning course, found that physicians had unique needs that were substantially different than the main audience for the course. It was decided to create an interactive video asset that could be used by this audience to promote awareness of the value of fall prevention for senior citizens.
To familiarize supervisors and managers with policies and best practices in hiring processes, Thrifty Foods asked TM to take their current classroom-based workshop and create a one-hour online version.
The BC Falls Prevention Education Collaborative created a curriculum that was currently offered in workshop format across Canada. In order to maximize availability of the training, it was decided to create an online version of the workshop that would be provided as part of the Continuing Education program (distance learning) of selected universities across Canada.
The Natural Step decided to offer their successful workshop on sustainability in an online format to increase its availability. TM NewMedia was contracted to adapt the workshop materials to an asynchronous eLearning course. In order to deliver the course, a learning management system was required. As well, a system was created to allow users to purchase and access the course.
ViaSport British Columbia spear-headed this project to create an online resource for recreational leaders. This online module is designed to educate sport and recreation leaders about important aspects of Aboriginal culture, and to provide best practices on how to incorporate this awareness into their programming.
SafetyDriven offers a variety of workshops with the objective of providing high quality training to the trucking, transportation, warehousing, shipping and logistics sector to meet their occupational health and safety needs. In order to deliver training to this diverse audience, SafetyDriven has engaged TM NewMedia to create a series of online training courses.
Black & McDonald is an integrated, multi-trade contractor providing electrical, mechanical, utility and maintenance services to government, industrial, commercial and institutional markets. As part of maintaining their culture across a distributed workforce, Black & McDonald engaged TM NewMedia to develop an e-learning course to house and provide interactive activities for a series of four videos used in their leadership training.
In order to deliver training to their diverse audience, SafetyDriven has engaged TM NewMedia to create a series of online training courses. The Incident Investigation course is focused on the purpose & process of incident investigations, how to analyze incidents and developing recommendations to prevent further incidents.