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Real Projects e-learning development team

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Why use our e-learning development team?

The Real Projects team has developed many successful e-learning projects and consists of designers, developers and great support staff. We have project managers based in Norwich and London who support our projects.

We have our own dedicated design and development team who are used to working across a range of learning technologies including iPhone, Thinking Worlds and Rapid Development Tools.

Our team are really important to us; everyone has a part to play in producing great solutions from the finance to development teams.  Our innovative partnership with Norwich University College of the Arts was nominated for an EDP Business Award in 2009.

Scott Hewitt

Real Projects was founded in 2004 by Scott Hewitt and has grown from a one person operation to a vibrant e-learning company. Scott has over 14 years experience managing online projects in the UK and overseas, several of which have gone on to be award winning. Scott has worked on over 200 e-learning and website design projects for clients including Norwich Union, NCSL, Granada Media, NHS, The Royal Television Society and Ordnance Survey. Scott has a degree in Information Technology and has completed the Business Growth Programme at Cranfield University.

Scott Hewitt has spoken at several industry and business events on Game Based Learning. Real Projects also runs 3 regional e-learning forums and held major events on game based learning in Norwich and Ipswich. These events attract leading speakers and practitioners from across the industry as well as interested parties from education and business. In January 2010 Scott spoke at Learning Technologies 2010 on game based learning.

Scott was responsible for setting up an innovative project linking computer game design with e-learning. His work with Norwich University College of the Arts has been rewarded with a nomination in the EDP Business Awards; in 2009 this innovative project is being extended to University College Suffolk. Scott is also the founder of a series of regional e-learning forums including one based in Norwich. For more information visit the Norfolk e-learning forum website.


Matthew Graham-Hyde

Matthew is a highly commercial senior IT executive. He has designed and delivered the IT strategy for numerous household name organisations. He possesses a rare mix of incisive technical knowledge with the ability to translate that to a big picture, and engender real buy-in from executive and management teams across the organisations that he has worked for. Matthew has delivered business growth programmes, rationalisations, off-shoring and strategic change within organisations.

His user-friendly ‘techy’ style enables the communication of complex technological ideas in an understandable, usable manner. Matthew is the non-executive chairman of Real Projects.

Training and Development

Personal and professional development is really important to us. Each member of our team has a personal development plan. This plan is linked to the role and responsibilities of their job. Training and development is not limited to specific job training, it also includes out of work personal development such as volunteer work.

Work placements

In 2009 our industry link with Norwich University College of the Arts was nominated at the EDP Business Awards for Best Education/Industry Links. We have supported degree courses at University Campus Suffolk and Norwich University College of the Arts.

We are always looking for people who are interested in a career in learning technologies.