The last 15 years have seen great advances in technology and design, enabling consultants
at Davies & Jones to produce and implement eLearning programs that engage, inspire
and empower users.
Motivating users to learn is half the battle. Knowing the course you're taking is
going to have some interesting elements like video, audio, animation and user interaction
creates more interest and curiosity in learning. This leads to better retention and
eLearning is reinforced throughout and performance is tracked and recorded providing
an audit trail for the benefit of the users and clients.
Davies & Jones web-based eLearning solutions:
Enable access to training 24-hours a day
Eliminate travel costs
Easily train new users while retraining or updating existing users without incurring
any additional costs
Able to train multiple users at the same time
Standardise the quality and information presented to employees across different departments,
groups and locations
Enhance skills retention through repeated practice and feedback
Can be delivered to users at different times
Virtual Classrooms and Digital Collaboration
At Davies & Jones we use a variety of technologies and electronic media when delivering
training via virtual classrooms to enable real time collaboration.
Technologies that enable the use of interactive whiteboards, chat, audio and video
sharing to ensure the virtual classroom is a truly interactive experience.
Davies & Jones recommend the use of this method for “short, concise” training delivery,
for example where new features of a system need to be shared or discussed, or to
assist with the support and subsequent training of users who are remotely based.
MedImmune – Karen Jones led a team of eLearning developers on 3 separate projects
to create and deliver user courses for their Documentum, DocCompliance and FirstDoc
systems. The courses were delivered in a SCORM compliant manner so that they could
be installed within MedImmunes’ learning management system.
BAA– Karen Jones managed a team of training consultants to develop user guides and
then eLearning modules for an upgrade to BAA’s Documentum system which managed the
CAD drawings for the T5 project. eLearning was created using the website guidelines
provided by BAA.
Bank of America – Training packs were developed to support the delivery of virtual