Clients

Sasha Scott has been producing e-learning modules and providing instructional design services since 2003. Please see below for some examples of work.


World Obesity Federation

We have been producing e-learning modules for the World Obesity Federation (formerly the International Association for the Study of Obesity) as part of their SCOPE (Strategic Centre for Obesity Professional Education) programme since 2011.

SCOPE is the only internationally-recognised certification in obesity management. Using a blend of live/online events and e-learning, it equips health professionals with up to date, evidence-based obesity management resources.

The project involves converting PowerPoint-based audio-driven presentation content into engaging, interactive online learning that works on any device. The modules are delivered as fully responsive HTML5 SCORM packages, developed using the Evolve authoring tool.

To find out more about SCOPE, click here.


RCPCH

The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) provides e-learning, webinars and podcasts to help health professionals achieve essential competences. We have recently produced several online courses for the RCPCH’s Education & Professional Development team, on subject areas including Safeguarding, Emotional abuse and emotional neglect, Exploitation of children and young people, and Imaging in cases of suspected physical abuse in children.

These modules are responsive SCORM-compliant HTML5 packages, authored with Adapt Builder.

To find out more about RCPCH online learning, click here.


GTZ / zambian Government

An older example is a project that was commissioned by GTZ (German Technical Cooperation Agency, now GIZ) as part of their support for Zambia’s Ministry of Finance and National Planning in implementing Zambia’s Fifth National Development Plan. A two-day workshop for civil servants on Monitoring and Evaluation was made available as an e-learning course.

One challenge was the poor internet access in Zambia at that time – the course was authored with Macromedia (now Adobe) Director, and delivered on CD for offline access.