Based on our proven track record of delivering large projects on time and in budget Art is an Option
were engaged to deliver the diverse training materials to help bring about cultural change to the many
staff working for this large Health Board Area. This very comprehensive project was driven by a strict
timetable; where clear milestones were set very early in the project. The full project had a two year delivery
There were multiple outputs including:
Training packs, interactive games, large info. graphic panels to illustrate the new processes to staff. The
work also involved design and print of training manuals and booklets, PowerPoint presentations and
extending to an intranet training platform for their Central Decontamination Unit.
We even produced “much sought after” certificates to award to staff as they achieved their learning goals.
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The aim of the campaign was to highlight the difficult issues that surround protecting vulnerable children.
Art is an Option working with the WLCPC agency developed the idea of using real stories which addressed
four main areas of concern within the child protection service.
We used an illustrative approach which allowed us to involve the participating children while protecting the
The campaign was delivered through a range of outputs from poster and leaflets through to edited clips of
the DVDs being published on YouTube.
Particular resonance was brought to the core messages on the DVD as the narration was done by the
actual children who’s stories were being told.
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Following a competitive tender, Art is an Option were selected based on our proven track record combined
with the creativity of our tender proposal.
The Health Board brief highlighted that there are lots of “numbers” associated with good dental health for
– Brush your teeth 2 times a day.
– Get Dental Checks-ups every 6 Months etc.
Art is an Option developed the concept of face painting appropriate looking people drawn from the target
groups for each message.
Our approach created a very strong visual but also proved an excellent way to engage with a wide
Outputs ranged from engaging with the general public in shopping centres, schools etc. where campaign
images were projected on the walls of venues along with using pop-up displays.
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