Delta Learning works with multinational organisations, private sector companies, and the UK public sector. Below are examples of the type of projects that Delta Learning has been engaged on, and what our clients say about us.





Testimonials:

“Having worked with Moya previously, when an opportunity arose on a new and challenging project, I did not hesitate in hiring her for a full-time role. I was already confident in her abilities as an instructional designer and her keen eye for detail and was further impressed on this most recent occasion by her high levels of productivity matched only by a commitment to quality.  I would not hesitate in rehiring her”.  Neha Baj, Project Manager, eLearning for Healthcare, The Royal College of Radiologists, The Royal College of Surgeons of England.


"Despite the pace of creating these storyboards, I never panicked because I knew that you could take even the barest bones of a draft from me and turn it into engaging, clear onscreen instruction. Thanks for your patience and good humor."  Anne Bunce, Executive Editor, STEM, SixRedMarbles


Training for Oil and Gas Industries

Delta Learning has worked for companies such as Atlas Interactive and Cresent who specialise in providing training for the global oil and gas industries.  For these organisations we have developed numerous scripts for Heath and Safety, Environmental Awareness and Safe Working Practice courses. The target audiences for these courses range from senior management to workforce and includes both English and non-English speakers.

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt: Modern Chemistry – Virtual Labs
‘Virtual Labs’ are an integral part of HMH’s premium, interactive, online edition of its K-12 Modern Chemistry textbook. Virtual labs give students an opportunity to experience scenarios and experiments not usually offered in the classroom. Working with subject matter experts and an international team of designers and developers, Delta Learning developed a number of scripts for this series to the publisher’s high standards and exacting deadlines.



e-Learning for Healthcare (e-LfH) (http://www.e-lfh.org.uk)
e-LfH is a partnership between the UK Department of Health, the NHS, and professional bodies to provide in-depth, self-paced learning resources online. Over a period of three years Delta Learning worked with practitioners to design and build elearning courses for Anaesthesia, Pathology and Radiology.  Moya McCloskey, Delta Learning’s Senior ID, was the lead instructional designer for the Acute Medicine Project from 2008 to 2010.


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