Avolites is a multi-million-pound technology company based in London that produces high-end professional equipment for the entertainment industry. Their products include video and lighting equipment and control software used in large scale events such as the London 2012 Olympic Games.
The L&D team at Avolites were facing significantly increased demand for their training programmes. To serve the increased user base while maintaining quality, Avolites approached Titus to create a custom Moodle platform that would enable them to offer a range of fundamental courses, along with a subset of specialist programmes.
Titus designed and delivered a custom Moodle solution including a personalised theme to enhance the user experience and reduce instances of learner “drop-off”. Avolites also benefits from a comprehensive hosting and support package which removes the need for in-house management of the system.
Our work with Avolites helps them manage blended learning programmes comprising both online and in-person elements.
With the new platform live and in use, the Avolites team reported a significant improvement in their ability to gather relevant learner data.
Course leaders have many more options in terms of the real-time data they have access to and the channels available to support learners.
Time spent on individual learning resources has increased, indicating heightened levels of engagement among Avolites’ learner base.
In contrast, the ease of course booking and management via the new Moodle means wait times for face-to-face training are considerably reduced.
Before working with Titus, the team at Avolities had reviewed various e-learning options, but were concerned about reliability.
The new Moodle is hosted in the Titus AWS cloud, which offers enterprise grade security and disaster recovery along with high availability and performance 24/7.
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