Saltaire-based eLearning company Titus has been appointed by Historic England to develop a learning management system to support their work.
Founded in 1983 and formerly known as English Heritage, Historic England is a non-departmental public body which is sponsored by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport.
It is responsible for the historic environment of England and preserving and listing historic buildings, scheduling ancient monuments, registering historic parks and gardens and by advising central and local government.
Their new LMS, which will be based on Moodle LMS, will support their work with the public and provide education regarding the preservation of listed buildings. This will consist of
Luke Tillotson, Head of Sales at Titus comments “Working with Historic England is a fantastic opportunity that we’re all very excited about.
Titus is based in the Heritage village of Saltaire, and our office is within a listed building named Salts Mill, which is something that we have always been proud of. So we know first hand how important Historic England’s work to protecting and preserving heritage buildings in England is.
We’re proud to be supporting there fantastic mission and to help improve the efficiency of how they achieve their aims.
With a learners from all walks of life, the platform’s UX design is critically important. Our systems recently refreshed design will allow learners of all backgrounds to interact with the platform with ease.”