Category: Case Studies
25th March 2018, by , in Blog, Case Studies
Chrysalis Courses is the UK’s market-leading trainer in accredited counselling courses and talking therapies. Titus Learning worked with the team at Chrysalis to deliver a custom Moodle platform allowing them to deliver online training courses to over 3,000 trainees. The platform includes sophisticated tracking and reporting tools allowing Chrysalis to manage learners’ progress in line...
15th March 2018, by , in Case Studies
British Weight Lifting (BWL) is the National Governing Body for Olympic Weight Lifting and Paralympic Powerlifting in Great Britain. Titus Learning worked with BWL to design and implement a fully featured online learning platform which would enable them to offer online tuition, assessment and learner tracking across a wide range of courses and locations. “I...
25th June 2017, by , in Blog, Case Studies
Introduction Guiseley School first met with Titus Learning in 2014 to explore the possibility of implementing a new online learning platform. The school was already using a disparate set of software tools, but there was no integration between them. They were unable to support the blended learning approach they wished to offer students, share vital...
26th April 2017, by , in Blog, Case Studies
Introduction Green Oasis School was founded in 2001 in Shenzhen, China and began following the National Curriculum for England in 2008. The school is made up of a range of nationalities, with the majority being Chinese nationals. The school’s vision is to ‘Educate, Nurture and Inspire Excellence’. Titus Learning first met with the school’s Head of...
7th March 2017, by , in Blog, Case Studies
Introduction Dulwich College International (DCI) is one of the most prestigious international school groups worldwide. DCI has seven international colleges and two international high schools spread throughout China, Myanmar, Singapore and South Korea, and the network currently provides for over 6,000 students across its nine sites. Problem Dulwich College were already using Moodle at a...
Wellington College Tianjin
20th January 2017, by , in Blog, Case Studies
Introduction Wellington College International, Tianjin (WCIT) is a is a co-educational day and boarding independent school serving a community of close to 1,500 students between the ages of 2 and 18. Its sister school, Wellington College International Shanghai is also a client of Titus Learning. Problem The school had an existing Moodle learning platform in...
International School of Bremen
10th January 2017, by , in Blog, Case Studies
Titus Learning were introduced to the International School of Bremen via the International Schools’ Council. The school had been using Moodle for some time, but were looking to find out more about how best to use the platform. With only one member of staff managing training and support for the platform, usage and engagement among...
Edulink App Case Study: JIS
23rd November 2016, by , in Blog, Case Studies
Introduction Titus Learning first met with staff at Jerudong International School to discuss a trial of the EduLink app, which would allow staff to more easily access data from their management information system whilst out of school and using mobile devices. Problem The school had identified a number of key tasks which needed to be performed...
Nord Anglia Education
2nd November 2016, by , in Blog, Case Studies
Introduction Nord Anglia Education (NAE) is an organisation of 46 international schools located across 17 countries, with almost 4,000 staff providing education for over 36,000 students from 2 to 18 years of age. Staff across the organisation use a centralised Moodle platform for professional development branded as ‘Nord Anglia University’. Problem Nord Anglia University saw...
30th September 2016, by , in Blog, Case Studies
Introduction Guiseley School first met with Titus Learning to explore the possibility of implementing a new online learning platform. The school was already using a disparate set of tools, but there was no integration between these platforms, and the school was unable to support the blended learning approach they wished to offer students. Problem There was a lack of centralised information, with some data being shared through other...

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