Virtual College improves e-learning accessibility with new NAV Bar
Last week Virtual College unveiled its new navigational bar, a work that has been in development for several months to make sure it was exactly right. The release comes alongside the first four of over 55 new modules being developed in association with the NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement. The Productive Series e-learning suite covers Productive Ward, Productive Mental Health, Productive Community Hospital and Productive Community Services and spans all modules in each of these programmes.
The four introductory modules are available to buy here: http://www.virtual-college.co.uk/products/nhs.aspx and as with all Virtual College discounts are available on bulk purchases.
An Introduction to the Productive Ward
An Introduction to the Productive Mental Health Ward
An Introduction to the Productive Community Hospital
An Introduction to Productive Community Services
The new navigation bar will be implemented into all new Virtual College going forward. It is also customisable for third parties who wish to brand their own products when working with the company. For example, the Productive Ward series has been developed in association with the NHS, and as you can see in the example image, their branding has been attached to the module.
In addition to this customisation, advanced accessibility options allow individual users to control how the course is displayed with the use of the new options tab. With the click of a button users can change the size of the display, the colour of the overlay and the appearance of text should they require assistance because of visual impairment. The new colour coded page guide also makes it easier to see which pages you have completed at a glance should you need to revisit any aspect of the training.
Virtual College specialise in developing modules for large and small organisations across the UK. If you’d ilke to make your training more efficient through e-learning or blended techniques, call us on 01943 605976.
28 February 2012