Jury comments: "A brilliant use of mixed modality and external tools to engage the learner, using familiar assets that everyone knows and can relate to. The use of an avatar who felt like a real character was especially engaging and entertaining. A wonderful way to learn and a well-deserved winner."
REIN World of Care Academy
An ageing population, staff shortages, austerity, legislation, technological developments. Care for the elderly has changed radically in recent years and is still developing all the time. Due to these developments, the quality of care for the elderly is under increasing pressure. The strong focus on efficiency means that there is little time left for the human side of care or for monitoring and improving the quality of care.
Elderly care organisations QuaRijn and Careyn have taken the initiative to develop an organisation-transcending learning programme. Their goal is to create a learning network to which 35 geriatric care organisations with a total of approx 14,000 care workers in the Utrecht region will be affiliated by 2022. These 35 organisations provide care to approximately 15,000 elderly people.
Together we have developed REIN World of Care Academy: a flexible, blended learning solution that empowers the broad group of care providers so that they can continue developing and improving together with their close colleagues, based on their shared passion and greater personal attention for their clients.