We’re very proud to advise that yesterday, Reality Learning was awarded Platinum for Australia’s best video design for eLearning in the technology sector’s LearnX awards.
LearnX awards recognise excellence in digital training and eLearning models each year, and we are incredibly pleased to be a part of it.
This award was provided for the immersive VR training program for the World Federation of Occupational Therapists used in preparing allied health workers to deliver services and care in crisis, Working with Displaced People.
The program adapts the short eight minute VR film, Night Becomes Day, to provide a deep dive into the characters’ real life experiences, hopes and challenges.
Using narrative and pulling from hours of 2D and 180 degree interviews, students are immersed in the character’s world, and the insights of themselves as clients from refugee backgrounds, and as wider allied health experts.
This is launching for occupational therapists internationally, and we look forward to measuring and witnessing the impact it has.
We are currently working with Australian Teachers of Media and school education expert Kate Hewitson, in adapting the same film Night Becomes Day as a training program to coincide with Australia’s education curriculum.
This will be rolling this out across schools interested in raising their students awareness of the refugee crisis as they experience the rebuilding one’s life through the eyes of the teenager, Sohail.
We are also providing Night Becomes Day through Fanforcetv for public viewing and as a discussion leader for events.
On behalf of the director, Daniel Bury, Writer and Producer, Judith Hewitson, and content experts, Dr Kit Sinclair and Theo Bogeas – we thank you for your ongoing support.
Here’s to sharing our stories to build connection and shared understanding.
The Reality Learning Team