From small scale start-ups to fully-fledged enterprises, all companies have training needs. Providing the right learning tools is crucial to enabling company growth, which explains why an increasing number of businesses are choosing to outsource their training.
Are you developing a new training programme? Or perhaps refreshing eLearning course content or looking for new course content? There are such vast differences between some of what is available on the market today, so we wanted to explain, in full, what our eLearning production service is all about.
This blog should provide you with a clear idea of what we offer as part of our design services, and whether it meets the needs of your organisation.
Savings in commutes, greener credentials, less disruption to working hours, and lower training costs – the cost-effectiveness of eLearning is now all but undisputed. These benefits were among the first bandied around by HR departments to justify the spend on eLearning materials.
Decades ago, the concept of improving skills and gaining certifications solely through online modules would have been unimaginable. Today, digital learning has become an equal alternative to classroom training. In some instances, eLearning even has the edge over the traditional face-to-face format, especially for companies who need to train hundreds of employees, clients, collaborators or partners with different workloads and schedules.
Training has become an integral part of why people choose a company and stay with them. This goes for internal staff and also external partnerships where a training programme helps to build a long-lasting relationship.
However, even with this clear demand for training, some organisations still have problems with course completion rates, even when it’s done on a convenient online platform like a learning management system (LMS).
In this article, we’ll diagnose the major reasons why this happens and what you can do to combat them.
Most of us have been guilty of bingeing at least one box set at some point, especially during lockdown. It’s an easy way to lose time being entertained and focused on just one thing. But what does all this have to do with eLearning content you ask?In this article, we’ll be looking at 8 ways that content is formatted and presented on Netflix to encourage the modern phenomenon known as ‘bingeing’, and how these principles can be applied to your eLearning content.
From sculpting a curriculum that provides a concise learning path, to combining current learning technology with cognitive learning practices, highly skilled instructional designers are key assets to a successful eLearning programme. In this article, we list nine ways outsourcing eLearning course development to instructional designers can benefit your organisation.
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