Wahoo Learning Launches Free eLearning Course Review Offer

Published: 8th February 2021
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Wahoo Learning has announced the launch of its free online course review service which aims to help businesses update, refresh, and establish increased value in their training. Open to any organisation currently offering online training, in any sector, the review can be used to help support longer term training plans, or short-term solutions to combat the current lack of face-to-face contact.

Lloyd Smith, Managing Director, comments: “We understand that offering training throughout the pandemic has been difficult for businesses, and that many have had to change tack very quickly. Although this is a challenging time for many, it also provides an opportunity to refresh training content and consider how training programmes can be used to help future-proof businesses.”

Businesses signing up for the offer will receive a comprehensive review of eLearning content by Wahoo Learning’s in-house, highly-skilled Instructional Designers, resulting in a detailed report full of advice which will benefit or transform any training programme.

Professional Instructional Designers have expert knowledge of the technology, techniques and skills to create eLearning content that is engaging, effective and ensures knowledge retention. From sculpting a curriculum that provides a concise learning path, to combining current learning technology with cognitive learning practices, highly skilled Instructional Designers are a key asset to a successful eLearning programme.

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