Xerox are the world’s leading enterprise for business process and document management. Providing a wide range of business process and IT outsourcing support and the Industry’s broadest portfolio of document technology, services and so ware.
Signals, having worked very closely with Xerox on numerous eLearning projects in the past, were asked to create ForceTen compliant templates that would eventually be implemented in future
eLearning programmes to create a uniform ‘look and feel’ across all of their training materials.
These very versatile new templates enabled small, product specific modules to be ‘bolted on to’ individual product launches. The Xerox Understanding Security training module was one of the first to utilize this new template as part of the foundation modules of the S12 eLearning Programme.
Our challenge was to create a compelling Security Module that users would understand. The Signals team suggested using a theme based around airport security as a simple way of illustrating the layers of security used by Xerox. This set the scene of a connected world showing examples of where security threats can occur in everyday life situations, from the car journey, access to airport, and through to passport control.
A structured PowerPoint storyboard was created which included an introduction to security, examples of threats in a typical day at an airport, the technologies available, and how
secure you can be. Signals worked closely with the Xerox Brand Team to ensure the design was brand compliant. Bespoke line illustrations depicting airport areas were created for each section of the course, with icons and striking animated photographic images used to portray everyday threats to security.
The end result was a compelling 40 minute training module available on- and off-line, of which approximately 10 minutes were a McAfee video. Interactive elements and PowerPoint animations were implemented throughout to enhance the progression through the course, including an assessment at the end to measure the user’s understanding.