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  • Tackling Alcohol Related Problems Through On-line Training Wednesday 4th April 2012© copyright Presented by: Anita Gilmore
  • Introduction About NOffLA Representative body Not-for-profit organisation Dispersed membership around Ireland Training fundamental
  • Business Environment Economic climate Highly Reduced regulated Trading hours NOffLA Competition Penalties From multiples Training voluntary
  • Barriers to Training Cost Resourcing Time Dispersed nature of members Scope of training
  • Rationale  Why e-learning?  Why Moodle platform?
  • Why e-Learning? Cost effective Increased availability Flexible User-friendly Online certification
  • Why Moodle? Ease of use Full learning management capability Web 2.0 social functionality / collaboration tools Quality of technical support Cost of ownership
  • Outcome of the project Success or failure?
  • The Project Responsible Trading Certificate (RTC) Course Convert to online environment ADIME framework adopted Fully grant aided scheme employed
  • Successful Outcomes with Moodle Membership-wide delivery Reflective and collaborative learning Online certification Development of online community
  • Key Benefits Increased performance – operational & financial Increased accessibility Enhanced learning tools – quiz, links to web resources Dynamic – instant updates / media links Maximises “down times” during working hours
  • Performance Analysis Operational  Increased frequency of training & staff numbers trained  Customer focused, self-paced training  Large company quality training to small business  Greater scope for learning materials Financial  Greater return on investment: 17.65% (vs -8.2% for F2F)  130% cost saving per trainee  Avoided expenses (cost & travel)
  • Performance AnalysisTraining Cost Comparison €450 €400 €350 €300 €250 Hrly learning cost per trainee Total trainee participation cost €200 €150 €100 €50 €0 Online Face-to-Face
  • Quantitative Feedback Course Navigation very difficult difficult not difficult easy 1% 10% 36% 53%
  • Quantitative Feedback General Course Feedback Yes No 101 102 102 84 17 0 2 0 Discussion forums useful Relevant subject matter Learning has practical Adequate reading application resources
  • Quantitative Feedback Most helpful course modules Society Legal Enforcement Underage Purchasing I.D. process Secondary Purchasing Intoxicated Customer Communication Skills Staff Training 7% 6% 14% 18% 8% 13% 10% 11% 13%
  • Qualitative Feedback
  • External Recognition Awards 20121. Most Innovative Use of Technology2. Individual Recognition
  • Lessons Learned Preparation and planning is key Learner types / I.T skill levels Monitoring important Dynamic site
  • Next Steps… Migrate to M2 Implement learnings from Moot Develop other programmes using Moodle Win more awards?