Respect is a charity that aims to end domestic abuse by working with victims of domestic abuse, tackling the root cause by working with those who have committed domestic abuse and working with young people who are abusive towards parents and carers.
During lockdown in the UK, Respect was severely limited in the work they could do and with reports of domestic abuse rising by 65% throughout the period, that work was more critical than ever. They needed a distance learning solution to continue helping victims of domestic abuse.
Titus developed a branded Moodle platform—allowing Respect to continue their vital work remotely. We also transformed their extensive library of documents into online resources—ensuring they had no restrictions on giving training while COVID restrictions remained in place.
Our work with Respect is helping to ensure vulnerable and marginalised groups have access to remote or in-person support.
With in-person work halted by the pandemic response, a rapid deployment was crucial in order to minimise service disruption.
Titus was able to expedite the development, testing and launch process to get Moodle online with the minimum delay possible.
The Moodle platform now supports over 1,300 users with a variety of specific needs, with more being added every day.
Built-in elastic scalability ensures the reliability and availability of the platform, and PayPal integration allows the charity to monetise their content.
A big part of Respect’s mission is to educate the public about domestic abuse, through stories, resources and activities.
The new Moodle provides an ideal hub to allow both users and the general public to access information relevant to their situation.
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