King’s College NHS Hospital, along with its European academic and health associates, appointed Day One Technologies to develop an interactive elearning MOOC (Massive Open Online Course). This was aimed at educating frontline workers on how to best support individuals who have been victims of human trafficking.
With an approach centered on Learning By Doing, Day One have extensive experience in creating interactive healthcare elearning solutions, including for NHS clients.
The MOOC was engineered to cater to a diverse learner base, even those with rudimentary IT skills. The course design was designed to be not just informative but also engaging, leveraging various interactive training content formats, like videos, simulations, and quizzes.
Learners included police, staff in sexual violence clinics and centres, psychologists, trauma counsellors and other support workers.
The MOOC was an immense success, and was completed by learners from all over Europe. Participants found the course both educational and engaging, reporting that they now had a superior understanding of how to help victims of human trafficking.
This MOOC also proved to be a valuable asset for the NHS, aiding in heightening awareness about human trafficking and equipping frontline workers with the necessary skills to assist victims.
Below are the key takeaways from this case study:
- Day One Technologies designed an engaging and interactive elearning MOOC, focusing on training frontline workers to assist victims of human trafficking.
- The MOOC was structured to cater to a diverse set of learners, while being both informative and engaging.
- The MOOC served as a vital resource for the NHS by heightening awareness about human trafficking and enabling frontline workers to support victims effectively.
Read more about this case study and elearning for King’s College NHS hospital on the Day One Technologies website.