Interactive Training

Mental Health First Aid

A graphic of a clipboard with paper attachedThe Client’s Need

A government client, Alberta Health Services, wanted to make available several courses to educators and organizations throughout the country for self-training and assisting with in-class presentations. They needed people who could make content professional but still interesting.

A graphic of 4 interlocked puzzle piecesThe Project

Software on CDs to teach about mental health using hundreds of interactive and visually appealing pages of content, quizzes, charts, and pictures. The course had to be engaging while remaining easy to use and practical for training. We noticed that their course material was frequently updated, so an editing system was proposed and built to allow the client to save time by making changes or adding pages directly.

We are familiar with both government and corporate project work.

A graphic of gearsComponents

  • Slideshow presentation module
  • Embedded video player
  • User interface customizer module
  • Compression module
  • Copyright security module


  • Pleasant reusable core
  • Advanced configuration system

A graphic of a USB thumb driveTechnology

  • Microsoft .NET Framework
  • C#
  • Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF)
  • LINQ