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Lifelong recovery support for injured service personnel.

Helping wounded veterans and their families to recover and get on with their lives.

Help for Heroes is a British charity that provides lifelong recovery support to service personnel who have been wounded or injured in the line of duty, and to their families, as well as organising a wide range of fundraising events and activities.

During the COVID pandemic, the charity faced the dual challenges of limited interaction with the service people and families they support, as well as a drop in funding as donations slowed down.

Titus worked with H4H to develop a bespoke Moodle dubbed the “Recovery College” which would allow self-service access for users to complete mental health assessments online, access targeted resources to help them deal with specific issues such as PTSD, and continue to promote the H4H brand to the wider public.

At a glance

Moodle—making a difference for veterans.

Our work with Help for Heroes has helped to limit the isolation that many of their service users face, especially during periods of lockdown.

Self-service support

The Recovery College allows Help for Heroes to offer self-help guides to direct users of the platform in understanding their individual requirements for support.

They can then enrol on targeted courses delivered via Microsoft Teams to develop the knowledge they need to take ownership of their recovery journey.

Involving families

The Moodle provides a central hub for family members and carers to access the information they need to help them support beneficiaries in their recovery.

Resources are available to offer tips on self-care, recognising if a loved one is struggling with their mental health and guidance on how to seek help.

Empowering individuals

Moodle’s intuitive interface and accessible course creation tools allow Help for Heroes to involve as many people as possible in the authoring process.

Courses are co-produced by recovery staff, together with veterans who have been through or who are going through the recovery process.

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Phuong Nguyen Hong

Digital Marketing Executive

Super talented, unflappable and very funny, Phuong supports the whole marketing team in her role as Digital Marketing Executive. Phuong holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and recently completed a master’s degree in Management and Marketing. Originally from Hanoi in Vietnam, Phuong is now based in the UK and climatising brilliantly to our weather and food.

Phuong owns a food review Instagram page as travelling and food are her passion. She also has a cute little french bulldog.

Ellie Sharkey

Head of Marketing

Ellie was the first woman to join Titus and has paved the way for many more since then. After studying for a degree in Fashion and Marketing, Ellie was lucky to find herself at fashion weeks and photoshoots.

Now she’s switched from talk of the front row to front end design and has brought loads of transferable knowledge to Titus. Ellie has also found a real passion for tech, especially in the learning sector, helping clients create positive change for their organisations.

Callum Barrett

Senior Brand Executive

As one of the youngest people at Titus but at the same time one of the oldest serving members of the team, Callum has graced Titus with his broad smile and positive attitude for over 5 years now. As a key member of the marketing team, Callum works across all areas, both on and offline, to ensure that all Titus brands and communication are on point.

After missing out on the opportunity to go to University the first time around, management encouraged him to enrol in our course alongside his work. He is now studying to achieve his Level 6 Diploma in Professional Digital Marketing.

Dec Connolly

Acquisition Marketing Manager

Always bringing innovation and new ideas, Dec studied a degree in Journalism but found his passion in digital marketing. Dec has also worked in marketing for one of the countries biggest retailers and within the property sector.

Outside work, Dec Co-founded a news publication where he collaborated with global brands like Uber, Amazon, BooHoo and countless SMEs.