The Larval Academy allowed Biomonde to improve the promotion of its products and gained capacity to better address and respond its new and existing customers’ needs.
Well established in the UK and Germany, BioMonde geographically expanded its sales within both Europe and North America with the result of having more patients to benefit from larval therapy
Biomonde has been provided with an innovative digital instructional learning system that acts as a platform for all future learning activity. The e-learning platform was tailored to deliver high quality training modules accredited by the UK CPD bodies.
The Larval Academy allowed Biomonde to support its customers based in different countries across Europe in an accessible, consistent manner. The tailored e-learning platform offers translatable content to enhance customer knowledge in the use of this novel therapy.
Dr Simon Young is a registered Pharmacist and Academic Subject Manager at the Faculty of Life Sciences and Education and has been a recipient significant research funding.
David Lewis is an IT Support Manager in IT Services, responsible for desktop services. David has considerable experience in online learning, in both content delivery and assessment. He has worked in both academic and support roles and has a number of publications and grant awards in the area of teaching and learning.
Mr Martin Lynch is the university’s Learning Systems Manager. Part of IT Services he manages the Learning Systems and infrastructure for the University of South Wales and has a background in interactive and rich-media production.
The University of South Wales has a strong tradition of health science education at all levels, from undergraduate training to postgraduate study and research.
By focusing on the workplace and preparation for practice, it allows specialist research units and centres to operate across the spectrum of health, education, sport and science.
Although staff members are aligned to one research area, the Faculty have adopted a holistic approach and collaboration across the different research units and groups is common. Researchers create links with health economics, social policy and psychology providing solutions to real-life problems.
Within health and social care, the Faculty have
established units of national and international renown in learning
disabilities, genetics education and public engagement, and health economics.
IT Services department provides the technology, solutions and services to support the corporate, learning and teaching, and research operations of the University, driven by the ICT Strategy.
IT Services are committed
to providing high quality systems and facilities, and have a proven record in
responding to customer needs and evolving technologies.