Dojo: InfoGov is a public sector focused information governance training solution, co-funded and co-designed by eight local authorities and developed in collaboration with BAFTA award winning film-makers Matobo.
Designed following the introduction of the Data Protection Act 2018, the training was requested by local authorities to ensure staff understand the requirements and steps involved to appropriately handle and process personal data.
The training and approach was developed by public sector DPOs and Information Governance Managers to both instill confidence across all levels of staff - which in turn reduces reliance InfoGov teams - and promote effective, appropriate, secure data sharing across organisations.
This trailer gives you an overview of the style, quality and tone of the video based training and shows excerpts from a number of different modules.
Dojo: InfoGov delivers 60 minutes of high quality animated video across nine modules along with associated e-Learning; including key learning points and interactive Q&As. Each video lasts 4-6 minutes and the pedigree of animation, as well as clarity of messaging, means that staff are engaged and informed at an appropriate level.
Already rolled out across 80,000 public sector staff, the Dojo: InfoGov series is highly accessible, can be undertaken as one training course or in parts. Dojo: InfoGov is available as an externally hosted service or delivered via SCORM on your own Learning Management System (LMS), which enables tracking of training completion which is essential for audit purposes. Videos come with subtitles and are fully accessible.
The Dojo series continues to be steered and supported by a collective of public sector bodies who have signed up alongside the original co-funders. The training is maintained and undergoes regular reviews and updates to ensure it reflects the latest guidance.
For further details and pricing please visit the Dojo website: https://dojolearning.co.uk/dojo-infogov/