Our Work

Female Athlete Health Interactive Tool

International Olympic Committee


Health and well-being for female athletes around the world

We worked with the IOC to create an interactive course covering health and well-being for female athletes around the world. The course is highly personalised and deals with sensitive topics including sexual harassment, drug testing and more.

The Brief

Targeted at female youth and adult athletes around the world we needed to develop a highly personalised system that enabled the International Olympics Committee (IOC) to,

  • monitor and track the progress of users
  • create a multi-lingual course
  • create different options for guests and registered users
  • offer the utmost flexibility 
  • measure the effectiveness of the system
  • adapt to individual learners

Due to the nature of the modules it was important that the content was written and developed with sensitivity. 


Personalised Learning

Introducing the ‘Intelligent Entry’ Point

With such a diverse audience, we decided to take an innovative approach. We wanted each learner to have their own personalised experience based around their individual needs and background. We developed an ‘Intelligent Entry’ point. The intelligent entry point allowed the system to understand the user and then offer content that was relevant to them.

Lite LMS

We also developed a bespoke and user-friendly ‘Lite-LMS’ to record the user’s progress and capture the data for analysis. By stripping back all of the ‘clutter’ from a traditional LMS, we were able to streamline the learning process and focus much more on the user-experience.

Personalised Learning

Bitesize Learning

Working with sport and health experts from around the world, we created 13 tailored learning modules, covering subjects from Bone Health and Nutrition to Sexual Harassment and Injury Prevention. Using a mix of film, interactive activities and custom illustrations, we transformed the learning into interactive, bite-size chunks. And, as they were built on our custom framework, it meant they were also SCORM-compliant and could be used on any device

The course was launched at the Winter Youth Olympic Games in Lillehammer to a target audience of thousands of athletes and coaches from all over the world. The IOC are excited about the ongoing impact the eLearning will have. They believe it will raise awareness and support female athletes on so many issues that are vital to their performance levels and general well-being.

Bitesize Learning

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