Who doesn’t love playing with new technology? Who doesn’t enjoy innovative ways to educate?
Since the launch of Pro-Vis AR and Augmented Reality (AR) capable content implemented across a variance of Pro-Visual Publishing’s health, safety and wellbeing information resource guides, an initiative has been underway to find companies, workers or consumers who, not only take safety and health seriously, but who love the new features of the traditional print media guides.
The Pro-Vis AR competition for innovative education ran from the inception of Pro-Vis AR, and closed this year in May. There were many entries to this competition, whereby a number of various organisations and their employees were seen interacting with the AR and industry relevant guides.
Pro-Visual formerly announces that the winner of this initiative is
And Pro-Visual Publishing’s CEO, John Hutchings, and Marketing Manager, Deanna Davenport, had the privilege of awarding Canberra Institute of Technology as a winner when they attended their new state-of-the-art facilities in Canberra in August.
“It was a great honour presenting CIT with this award. After touring the facilities, it is evident that great pride is taken in the way students are educated. It also shows that CIT is very much up to date with using new technologies to ensure safety and awareness of key issues.” – John Hutchings | Pro-Visual Publishing
“We’ve put the National Guide for Aged Care up in our Simulated Learning Environment for Aged Care, so it will definitely be useful.” – Brenton King | College of Health, Community & Science, CIT
About CIT’s New Facilities & Aged Care Program:
“Life size manikins are used extensively with students studying skills in direct care work - they provide students with the opportunity to conduct assistance with daily activities such as bed bathing, showering, continence care, dressing and undressing and utilised for practice in lifting and transfer. They are an invaluable resource for students allowing them to practice techniques in intimate procedures freely many times over without the stress of intruding on people’s personal privacy. Students are directed to treat the manikins with respect and consideration at all times and speak with them as if they were a client they are caring for.” – Barbara Lawson | Aged Care Program Coordinator, CIT