Archives: Portfolio Projects

Bank Of Queensland

24th July, 2019

Brisbane eLearning company VMP is delighted to present the showreel for Bank of Queensland’s “Safety & Wellbeing” training video. We were asked to film, edit and present an eLearning module that is engaging and informational for internal use at Bank of Queensland. We are very proud of the finished product and hope you enjoy this …

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Nintiringyani Cultural Training Centre

6th September, 2018

Over the past 12 months, VMP has been working in conjunction with the Indigenous educational organisation NCTC in Cairns to create an interactive, immersive eLearning experience for students undertaking the Certificate II in Performing Arts. The final online learning course has been rolled out to several students and includes video response capability, compatibility with both …

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Queensland Fire and Rescue Service

11th January, 2018

VMP were asked to assist in providing self-paced online training opportunities for volunteers across Queensland to further their skills, knowledge and involvement in the Rural Fire Service. These training tools needed to allow a diverse range of participants to learn at their own pace and in their own environments, while assuring a consistent delivery and …

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CS Energy

11th January, 2018

VMP eLearning has been working closely with CS Energy, one of Queensland’s largest energy generators, to redefine and develop training courses on Foundation Market Trading and best practices in recruitment. Working closely with the client’s Subject Matter Experts, we were able to define the target audience and establish learning objectives that will lead to improved …

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Spinal Injuries Association

11th January, 2018

VMP eLearning were challenged by long-term client, Spinal Injuries Association, to create eLearning materials that would educate and engage young viewers with ‘need-to-know’ information in a classroom setting. Requiring a creative approach, our dedicated animators designed two characters who could represent the audience appropriately. Share This Post:

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