Case studies outling some of the projects Udutu™ has been involved with
Thifty Foods wanted to reach new employees 16 to 24 years old in a format that is engaging and interactive to teach them the importance of Asset protection.
Vancouver Airport Authority
The Vancouver Airport authority must ensure that every person who can access the airside receives critical training and can demonstrate a complete understanding of all safety and security requirements, as well as the ability to navigate the complex infrastructure.
In a joint project with Microsoft and the United Nations, Udutu was the key developer of the METER assessment.
This online learning readiness assessment, developed in myUdutu is a key basis of measurement for governmental organizations looking to break into the online government, or e-government, sector.
Evaluating everything from HR logistics to bandwidth support, the METER assessment provided measurement and feedback based on the participant's entry information.
National Parks Conservation Association
The National Parks Conservation Association wants to protect Florida Bay.
This wonderful place is home to abundant wildlife and a marine environment that is unique. It is also a popular fishing and recreation destination, and the fragile ecology is threatened by the mistakes that recreational boaters and fishermen could make through a lack of local knowledge and sensitivity.
This course will be deployed as a voluntary information program for the first year, and will subsequently become a mandatory requirement for boaters entering the area.
Tim Hortons is an international fast food chain with a reputation for quality and service. When they needed to train store managers in a newevaluation technique, they turned to us.
When Harley Davidson wanted to convert a powerpoint presentation about customer service into an online course, and at the same time make it more engaging and interactive, they chose Udutu. This was the result. The course was produced in French and English and uniquely reflects the Harley Davidson style and culture.
AORN, Association of Operating Room Nurses
The operating room is a place where everyone involved wants everything to go right, especially the patient. To that end, the Association of Operating Room Nurses, AORN, wants to make sure that everyone who enters the operating theatre has been trained and fully understands issues surrounding safety procedures, clothing, sanitation, and the chain of infection.
AORN wanted the ability to easily keep the course content updated and relevant, and to allow adaptive learning, where learners could test themselves and hone in on the areas where they needed tuition, while moving quickly past subject matter where they could already demonstrate a thorough understanding.
The result was a course that can take as little as twenty minutes for a qualified learner, and as long as three hours for a first timer.