Outdoor Against Cancer

We have designed and developed the Outdoor Against Cancer website as a digital experience that allows visitors to read in real-time about the ongoing organisation activities and book hiking and training offers integrated in a shop and payment system. As part of the website we have realised two very special sections: an online video-based training offering in 5 languages and the OAC-Training an integrated further education course.

The provided video-based training is fully managed, hosted and operated from our own cloud computing infrastructure and includes a range of videos that are structured in topics. Videos can be freely accessed and downloaded for offline use by the participants, allowing them to exercise also when internet connectivity is low. The further education course comprises the application procedure to take part in the course and 4 dedicated modules, each with a diverse set of learning materials: documents, presentations, videos, interviews. Each module ends with an online examination and the final one with issuing a certificate. The Bavarian Medical Association has certified this course and is giving 60 credit points to the participating physicians for a successful completion.

The OAC website is using our Tellit solution as a headless CMS and is built on top of a dedicated content hub taking advantage of the state-of-the-art functionalities for hosting, managing and streaming of video content.

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