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Tackling Alcohol Related Problems Through On-line Training - Noffla

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Tackling Alcohol Related Problems Through On-line Training - Noffla

  1. 1. Tackling Alcohol Related Problems Through On-line Training Wednesday 4th April 2012© copyright Presented by: Anita Gilmore
  2. 2. Introduction About NOffLA Representative body Not-for-profit organisation Dispersed membership around Ireland Training fundamental
  3. 3. Business Environment Economic climate Highly Reduced regulated Trading hours NOffLA Competition Penalties From multiples Training voluntary
  4. 4. Barriers to Training Cost Resourcing Time Dispersed nature of members Scope of training
  5. 5. Rationale  Why e-learning?  Why Moodle platform?
  6. 6. Why e-Learning? Cost effective Increased availability Flexible User-friendly Online certification
  7. 7. Why Moodle? Ease of use Full learning management capability Web 2.0 social functionality / collaboration tools Quality of technical support Cost of ownership
  8. 8. Outcome of the project Success or failure?
  9. 9. The Project Responsible Trading Certificate (RTC) Course Convert to online environment ADIME framework adopted Fully grant aided scheme employed
  10. 10. Successful Outcomes with Moodle Membership-wide delivery Reflective and collaborative learning Online certification Development of online community
  11. 11. 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
  12. 12. 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)
  13. 13. 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
  14. 14. Quantitative Feedback Course Navigation very difficult difficult not difficult easy 1% 10% 36% 53%
  15. 15. 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
  16. 16. 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%
  17. 17. Qualitative Feedback
  18. 18. External Recognition Awards 20121. Most Innovative Use of Technology2. Individual Recognition
  19. 19. Lessons Learned Preparation and planning is key Learner types / I.T skill levels Monitoring important Dynamic site
  20. 20. Next Steps… Migrate to M2 Implement learnings from Moot Develop other programmes using Moodle Win more awards?

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