The Portsmouth Hospitals University NHS trust is responsible for running the Queen Alexandra Hospital in Portsmouth, Hampshire, England. It is one of the country’s largest acute hospital trusts, treating over half a million patients annually, and is the second largest employer within Portsmouth.
It is one of the major training providers for a range of health professionals within the UK and, as part of its remit, is actively engaged in influencing the agenda regarding research and development of the national health industry. Beyond this, it is one of the six centres within the UK used by Defence Medical Services, an umbrella organisation within the Ministry of Defence.
The Trust was using a standard Moodle installation to provide training resources to their staff. However, it needed to expand its capabilities to increase process automation to save administrative resources and multi-tenancy capabilities to provide different learning experiences to various departments. In 2020, they commissioned Titus to provide them with a custom Moodle Workplace solution to accommodate their 8000+ learners.
Our work with Portsmouth Hospitals University NHS Trust has introduced process automation to reduce costs and increase efficiency.
Titus implemented automated reporting and learning pathways to support the automatic enrolment of users onto courses, reducing administration costs.
We also set up multi-tenancy functionality within Moodle Workplace to provide unique learning experiences without increasing management overheads.
As a healthcare provider, data security and platform stability were key factors for the Trust in selecting the right Moodle Partner for this project.
We hosted the new Moodle on our UK-based AWS Cloud which is fully compliant with NHS security requirements and provides enterprise-grade availability.
Pre-launch, Titus delivered a bespoke and comprehensive training programme to up-skill users on administration, management, and content creation.
We continue to proactively monitor the platform’s usage, engagement and impact to offer quarterly strategic input on how the platform can be improved.
To find out how Titus can get your organisation up and running with Moodle Workplace, get in touch.
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