Biosecurity Queensland, an Agency of the Queensland Government, Collaborates with Swift to Deliver Online Training on Foot-and-Mouth Disease
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Biosecurity Queensland, an agency of the Queensland Government’s Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, Australia, is responsible for coordinating the government’s efforts to prevent, respond to, and recover from pests and diseases that threaten the economy and environment.
Under Biosecurity Queensland, the Biosecurity Preparedness Program (Foot-and-Mouth Disease) planned to rollout an online training course on foot-and-mouth disease (FMD). The main objective behind this training initiative was to raise awareness of FMD among veterinary professionals and veterinary paraprofessionals (learners). It focuses on furthering their understanding of FMD prevention measures, recognition of clinical signs and appropriate actions to take upon suspicion of the disease.
The Biosecurity Queensland approached Swift eLearning Services to see if it was possible to develop and deliver approximately 100 minutes of eLearning (11 interactive eLearning modules) in less than 45 days.
It was a race against time and we moved on beating the odds.
Requirements are never constant; they tend to change throughout the project. Plus the time lines were short.
- Audio recording and integration