About Us

Why use clickLearner?

  • An novel and engaging tool for effective training assessment and research.
  • It is video based and interactive, so very appealing to users.
  • Based online, it is simple and easy to use.
  • A Unique Team!

    Dedicated to bringing clickLearner to market, Caroline has created a strong and passionate team to help her make this happen. more...

    Her own experience in Food Manufacturing, training and research has helped provide the vision for clickLearner. Members of the interdisciplinary team can be called upon to help support you in the development of suitable training assessment or research tools.
  • Clickin' Tonight

    The clickLearner tool is tried and tested. The principle was developed as part of Caroline's PhD in which respondents were asked to click on pre-defined hazards in the bespoke food safety video. Part of that research has been replicated on this site as the "Have A Go" challenge. more...
    The Clickin' Tonight research received significant interest and praise for its novel approach to survey testing, with both members of the public and stakeholders such as the FSA, interested to complete the survey and pass it on. A paper, 'Developing an intuitive test of food hazard perceptions, Caroline Millman, Dan Rigby, Davey Jones and Gareth Edward-Jones', was presented at the 8th International Conference on Social Science Methodology in Australia. An academic journal paper on the method is currently in review.

Meet The Team

  • Caroline Millman,

    Caroline has worked for over 15 years in the food industry gaining valuable experience and contacts in retail, consultancy (food safety consultancy, troubleshooting, auditing and training) and manufacturing. more...
    In 2008 she decided to use this acquired experience and expertise to undertake research towards a PhD investigating food borne illness in the domestic setting. Caroline's PhD was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and based at The University of Manchester with supervision also provided by Bangor University. Caroline holds the position of Research Associate on the Enigma project - Sources, Seasonality, Transmission and Control: Campylobacter and human behaviour in a changing environment, based at the University of Manchester. She maintains links with the Food Industry through her extensive network, membership of industry groups and consultancy work.

    With Caroline's past experience and her vision for clickLearner, she can help you find the best way to use the challenge tool to suit the needs of your business.

  • Claire Surtees

    Degree educated, experienced National Account Manager in the Food Sector (FMCG / Own Label, non-chilled, chilled and frozen) and more recently within publishing (online yearbooks). more...

    As well as experience working for a multinational, Claire's time spent with a smaller food manufacturer has given her invaluable cross functional knowledge. Claire's more recent responsibility with an online publisher has built her experience in the development, management and marketing of online based businesses.

    A proactive project manager and communicator, Claire looks forward to giving you all the support needed to successfully implement clickLearner in your business.

  • Professor Dan Rigby

    Dan is a Professor of Environmental Economics at the University of Manchester, juggling teaching and research interests, and holds a similar position at the University of Western Australia. more...

    Dan has been involved in the design of surveys, and the analysis of survey data, for more than 15 years. Much of his work involves the analysis of choices and rankings, and what these reveals about people’s preferences, cognitive abilities and commitment. Dan has had research funded by UK Research Councils (ESRC, MRC, NERC, BBSRC), government departments such as Defra and DfID, and overseas funders such as CSIRO. Much of this is interdisciplinary research leading to papers in Development, Agricultural Science, and Medical journals, as well as in Economics journals.

    With Dan’s excellent track record in research, and his enthusiasm to see clickLearner used further in research, he can help you develop a unique research tool.

  • Professor Davey Jones

    Davey holds a Professorial Chair in Soil and Environmental Science at Bangor University. A major focus of his research is on understanding below-ground processes with specific focus on nutrients and human pathogen behavior in soil-plant-microbial systems. more...
    Current research work includes the use of wastes for land restoration, implementation of strategies for controlling E. coli O157 in agricultural systems, enhancing food safety, carbon sequestration in grasslands and ways to improve nutrient use efficiency in cropping systems. He has published more than 225 academic scientific journal articles and has advised government on both their waste and climate change policies.
  • clickLearner Associates

    Liam Doyle

    Dr Emma Edwards-Jones

    Kaarin Goodburn

  • SkillsLogic,
    Technology Partner

    SkillsLogic is a Sheffield based software company that builds high quality bespoke software applications for organisations that manage and deliver learning.

    They are a new company but as a team they've worked together for more than 12 years and now have over 40 years' experience in building and implementing enterprise online applications, particularly for the UK education and vocational training sectors.

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