Category: Case Studies
31st January 2019, by , in Blog, Case Studies
The School of Research Science (SRS), Dubai was founded in 1998, and currently provides a high quality education to over 3,000 students from both local Emirati and non-Emirati families. Representatives from the school initially met with Titus Learning at the annual GESS conference in Dubai to discuss their plans for providing a best-in-class learning platform...
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18th September 2018, by , in Blog, Case Studies
Introduction K. International School Tokyo (KIST) was founded in 1997 as a private, co-educational, non-denominational day school serving the international community of Tokyo from pre-kindergarten to Grade 12. Consultation KIST were already using Moodle, however the management and IT teams felt that more could be done with the platform, both in terms of functionality –...
6th July 2018, by , in Blog, Case Studies
Alton College is a sixth form college located in Hampshire, UK. The College provides further education, higher education and adult/community education programmes across a diverse range of subjects. Problem Having been using Moodle for some time already, the team at Alton College were looking to upgrade and refresh their learning platform to better serve all...
12th June 2018, by , in Blog, Case Studies
As a COBIS Supporting Member we were delighted to have the opportunity to work directly with COBIS recently on a new project to develop two key online services: A learning management system to deliver COBIS Learning Programmes including CPML and CPSL A compliance and accreditation platform for member schools –  the “Digital Workbook” COBIS supplied...
6th June 2018, by , in Blog, Case Studies
St Albans School is a long established independent school in Hertfordshire, UK. Founded in the year 948, the school has the distinction of being one of the oldest in England, and indeed the world. Today, the school boasts a modern campus and provides a holistic education focused on academic excellence and strong pastoral care. “A...
Nord Anglia Education
7th May 2018, by , in Blog, Case Studies
Introduction Nord Anglia Education (NAE) is an organisation of 55 international schools located across 25 countries, with almost 10,000 staff providing education for over 50,000 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...
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...
Wellington College Tianjin
20th January 2018, 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...
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...

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