Case study: Converting Face-to-face Training to Scalable Online Learning Program

Client: The University of Adelaide, ASSIST Program

Industry: Education Management

With the help of Opentute, the team at The University of Adelaide was able to convert their face-to- face training program (ASSIST) to an online learning experience and reach people in rural and remote areas of Australia and internationally.


As an educator and health professional, I have worked with many companies and institutions over the years. Opentute was able to provide a learner- centric approach that enhanced learner outcomes. This product has improved the outcomes of our research project, the ASSIST.

– DR ROBERT ALI CLINICAL AFFILIATE AND ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR DISCIPLINE OF PHARMACOLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE

Key Challenges

The University of Adelaide team had been training health professionals about ASSIST programs through face- to-face training workshops and seminars, in conjunction with Moodle-based modules that had become somewhat out of date. Notably, there were concerns about the usability of Moodle for ongoing learner engagement.

The training program demanded an all-in-one learning experience platform which could bring the learning and social aspect together.

The team at the University of Adelaide has been able to scale their programs and help health professionals across the world train themselves about ASSIST programs and download resources to use in their clinical practice.

Previously we relied upon face to face training workshops. Using Opentute, we have scope to reach people in rural and remote areas of Australia and internationally.

– JENNIFER HARLAND SENIOR PROJECT COORDINATOR, ASSIST PROGRAM

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