Concordia University of Edmonton

Project Type

E-Learning Development

Online Cybersecurity Course, Concordia University

Business Challenge

Concordia University of Edmonton received a grant from the government to create an introductory course in cyber security for people that already hold a bachelor’s degree in a related field, while stimulating interest for further education in cyber security and potentially enrolling in a graduate program. The entire course had to be developed in less than three months, to meet the grant requirements.


eHanlis Inc. designed and developed a 24-hour non-credited engaging online course for cyber security in less than three months. The online course was built in and delivered using Moodle, the University’s Learning Management.

Concordia University, eLearning

Project Activities

The following activities were completed for this project:

  • Developed a workplan with deliverables and timelines and ensured that the project was managed effectively and completed on-time, within three months.
  • Effectively worked with 5 subject matters experts to develop the storyboards for 10 modules, and a final exam.
  • Worked with Concordia IT to add features and customize the Moodle platform, to better address learner needs.
  • Built a practical, interactive, online course in Moodle.
  • Worked with Concordia to complete alpha and beta testing.
  • Completed all required edits in a timely manner.
  • Provided regular updates to Concordia Management team (including the Vice President and Dean) on project progress.
  • Evidence of successful completion: This course was approved and successfully implemented by Concordia University.