Increase workforce capability in a fun, engaging way with animated videos. Grab attention, increase retention, and allow learners to study at their own pace. Cognitive science studies show that animated content is more effective than talking heads for knowledge transfer. The Dual Coding Theory is based on the idea that providing verbal AND visual information is better for learning.

eLearning videos can be hosted on your LMS, or in an online module for learners to watch, read and be tested. Content can also be remixed into accompanying infographics and posters.

Conversations about Weight Management 

The Western Bay of Plenty Primary Health Organisation commissioned an elearning module funded by the Ministry of Health, for GPs and healthcare professionals to learn about the ABO approach to weight management.

Conversations about Weight Management

Mohawk Media developed an animated presenter character and used whiteboard illustrations, to create an elearning module containing animated videos, extra reading, an online test, quiz and print certificate with CME points available, and a Comprehensive Assessment Tool for GPs to use with patients.

“The website and tools Mohawk Media developed for the WBoP PHO exceeded our expectations. The team had a great understanding of our project and were very responsive to work with. They came up with innovative ideas and we would highly recommend their experienced team.” ~ Roger Taylor, CEO, Western Bay of Plenty PHO

View the elearning module at weightmanagement.wboppho.org.nz

Helping Apprentices Learn a Trade

Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology in partnership with Ako Aotearoa (National Association of Tertiary Teaching Excellence) required an animation and infographic for apprentices and work-based trainers, to help them get the most out of their apprenticeships.

CPIT - Helping Apprentices Learn a Trade

Mohawk Media developed characters and produced an animated video ‘Helping apprentices learn a trade’ with an infographic poster for use in the workplace.

“Mohawk’s strength is the ability to turn clients’ sometime vague and specialised envisioning of their work, into relevant resources pitched at a target audience. The Mohawk team were good at listening to initial concept, distilling into workable briefs and producing appropriate resources.” ~ Selena Chan, Centre for Educational Development, CPIT

View the video and infographic at AKO Aotearo.