Webanywhere partners with BSC to create e-learning campaign
Learning provider Webanywhere has teamed up with the British Safety Council to help young people speak up about problems they may face at work.
The project, part of the Inspired by London 2012 programme, uses an online flash game, free resources and links to free app downloads to teach youngsters about workplace dangers as they prepare for their working lives. This technology solution aims to deliver a high-performance learning environment designed to maximise engagement with young learners.
Webanywhere designed the solution, tailor-made for a youth audience, which is also scalable for many thousands of users.
Conor Gilligan, head of workplace learning at Webanywhere, said: "Our infrastructure solution supports the British Safety Council's campaign to get young people to engage fully with Health and Safety education.
"It features an exciting web interface and delivers fast and smooth performance of the Flash game. We're pleased that our latest project with the British Safety Council is enabling them to create another innovative online learning experience for thousands of new target users."
Neal Stone, director of policy and communications at British Safety Council, said: "The Webanywhere solution will enhance our ability to deliver health and safety learning for a young audience. We choose to work with Webanywhere because of their ability to translate our business vision into reality."